CPHCE Recent News
New Health Lead on Gadaga project.
The new centre draft strategic plan is now available for comment.
Thank you all for joining us on Wednesday 24/08/2016 at UNSW for CPHCE Annual Forum. We welcomed about 100 guests to share the research outcomes despite the end-of-winter unstable weather and traffic jams caused by light rail work around Randwick.
Binge-watching TV was bound to have some health implications. The latest study investigating those implications has uncovered some fairly alarming results. However, the question in your mind is: " it can't be that bad for your health, can it ? "
The Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity invited all health staff, academics and civil society groups with intesets in the latest thinking on the role the health system can paly in recuding health inequity to join the forum on Wednesday 29th June 2016.
A recent symposium hosted by the Hospital Alliance for Research Collaboration (HARC) and CPHCE attracted wide interest from health profissionals to discuss the new model for delivering primary care.
Over 40 people from mainly local health districts and primary health networks attended a ½ day workshop on Monday 21 March at CPHCE. The workshop was on the use of linked data, with a focus on the 45 and Up study. The purpose of the workshop was to: a) feedback and to consider how the finding from 3 linked data studies undertaken by CPHCE (Primary and Community Health Cohort living in Central and Eastern Sydney Region) can be used to inform population health planning and integrated care health service development; and b) to share insights from participants on implications of results.
CHETRE, one of our Reseach Hub based in Liverpool, has been looking for a Deputy Director for a while and we can now confirm that Dr Ben Harris-Roxas is the successful candidate.
We are pleased to see the news published today (29/02/2016) on Sax Institute webiste featuring the Centre, one of our Directors Dr Julie McDonald and the CDMP project in details.
A seminar on HAVING THE HARD CONVERSATIONS: Good practice in addressing individual and institutional resistance to Indigenous health and cultural safety education was held on Tuesday 17 November 2015 from 12 noon to 1.30 pm in the Hugh Dixson Room of the AGSM Building.
It was presented by Professor Dennis McDermott and Mr Dave Sjoberg of Poche Centre for Indigenous Health and Wellbeing (Adelaide), Flinders University.