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Have you thought about how health needs fit into your emergency plan? Get health-ready and be prepared if a storm, flood, fire, pandemic or other disaster strikes.
We often receive enquiries regarding how many attempted contacts are required for a recall/reminder.
The General Practice Liaison Unit (the GPLU) has received feedback from local General Practitioners that when incomplete referrals are returned by Gold Coast Health to a GP, it needs to be made clearer what missing information is required.
Dr Danika Fietz and her team have visited 91 general practices across the Gold Coast so far.
The Expanded Horizons program also known as QSPACE is supported by the Gold Coast Primary Health Network
New position statements from the RACGP and RANZCOG recognising the importance of preconception carrier screening, mean more patients will present to your surgery, looking for information regarding rare genetic conditions and the role of genetic testing.
New review confirms that community involvement is the most important factor determining the success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander food and nutrition programs
Queensland Mental Health Week, held from 6th to 14th October 2018, is an annual event which aims to increase awareness and interest in positive mental health and well being across the state.
Nurses working in primary health care settings including (but not limited to) general practice, correctional health, community health, or Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander health services, are invited to apply for the following opportunities
Everyone throughout society has a role to play in helping to end obesity stigma, including the media, health care professionals, teachers and employers.
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