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Examination of the needs and views of callers to a Lifeline branch. Lifeline provides confidential advice and counselling to anonymous callers. It can only infer the needs of those counsellors and while it collects activity data has limited understanding of the needs of its clients. ...
Working In Locationally Disadvantaged Communities is a learning by doing training program. Learning by doing is the process of acquiring knowledge and skills through active involvement with practical real-world experience. Participants are given the opportunity to apply theory to real life problems. ...
Explores the perceptions of GPs, allied health practitioners, and medical specialists regarding sharing care of patients with Type 2 diabetes and/or Ischaemic Heart Disease/hypertension ...
In 2018-19 CHETRE was supported by SWSLHD Population Health to run Health Impact Assessment learning-by-doing Training with local councils. CHETRE provided training (3 days face to face) and support to 4 local council teams working on a range of locally based projects. Councils that took part in the training include:Wollondilly Shire CouncilCanterbury-Bankstown City CouncilCamden...

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