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Research Program Manager position available at CPHCE

7 May 2021

Research Program Manager position available at CPHCE. This is a 4 year fixed term, part time (0.8 FTE) opportunity.  

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The SHAReD project has commenced preliminary work in February 2021

5 May 2021

The SHAReD project commenced preliminary work in February 2021, including setting up governance, codesigning the intervention and preparing an ethics application. 

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Update on Community Health Workers project

Update on Community Health Workers project

3 May 2021

The CHW extending care in the community project is a NHMRC funded project which involves CHW following up patients who had been recently discharge from the hospital into the community. 

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SUNNY consortium - mental health literacy responsiveness project for the NSW Mental Health Commission

3 May 2021

CPHCE is working with Swinburne and Newcastle University as part of the SUNNY consortium on a mental health literacy responsiveness project for the NSW Mental Health Commission.  

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Shisha No Thanks won the Business Campaign of the Year award in the Premier's Multicultural Communications Awards

Shisha No Thanks won the Business Campaign of the Year award in the Premier's Multicultural Communications Awards

3 May 2021

Shisha No Thanks won the Business Campaign of the Year award in the Premier's Multicultural Communications Awards 

 

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The HERDU team helped facilitate the Waterloo Collaborative Group workshop

26 March 2021

The HERDU team helped facilitate the Waterloo Collaborative Group workshop with over 30 representatives from human services agencies, NGOs and the local community on 21st March 2021. 

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Media Release -  a opinion piece on Croakey covering the CPHCE Mental Health Literacy project

Media Release - a opinion piece on Croakey covering the CPHCE Mental Health Literacy project

26 March 2021

Croakey has published an opinion piece by Mental Health Commissioner Catherine Lourey on the work we are doing under the mental health literacy project. 

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The OPTIMISE study, which aimed to improve refugee health care in general practice is now completed

4 February 2021

The OPTIMISE study, which aimed to improve refugee health care in general practice is now completed. We implemented the study in 3 regions of high refugee settlement across NSW and Victoria. Thirty-one practices undertook, through facilitation process, the OPTIMISE intervention focusing on improving a practice-wide system in identifying refugee status, improving interpreter use, conducting refugee health assessment and referrals to specialised care and other services.

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