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December 2021 COPMM newsletter
Read the Christmas 2021 edition of the Council of Obstetric and Paediatric Mortality and Morbidity (COPMM) newsletter.
Transition to high school, dealing with change program
The Transition to High School, Dealing with Change program is an early intervention and prevention initiative of Pulse Youth Health South.
“I have type 2 diabetes. What should I eat?”
It’s a common myth that people who have type 2 diabetes need to eat a special diet. This World Diabetes Day, we break down the ‘diabetes diet’ myth.
GP After Hours Support Initiative - Applications Closed
The Tasmanian Government’s $3 million GP After Hours Support initiative was launched to help ensure more Tasmanians can access the essential services they need when they need to.
Hello my name is...
Read more about how name badges improve communication and connection for patients and staff.
Release of North West Maternity Services Review Report
An Independent Review of the Quality, Safety and Management of the North West Maternity Services was commissioned in November 2020 and the final report on the Review is being released today.
TAZREACH Newsletter - October, 2021
October 2021 newsletter from TAZREACH at the Department of Health (Tasmania).
R U OK? Asking important questions this week and beyond
September 9th is R U OK? Day. This annual event aims to put a spotlight on mental health and encourages us to talk about hard things.
Improving mental health care for older Tasmanians
A media release from the Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing, Jeremy Rockliff.
Statewide Elective Surgery Four-Year Plan
The Statewide Elective Surgery Four-Year Plan 2021-25 provides a focused road map for a sustainable statewide elective surgery and endoscopies program over the next four years.
National Stroke Week 2nd-8th August 2021
During National Stroke Week (2nd-8th August 2021) we are taking a look at how nutrition can help reduce the risk of stroke.
TAZREACH Newsletter - August, 2021
August 2021 newsletter from TAZREACH at the Department of Health (Tasmania).
Soup is a great option when it’s cold and grey outside. Here, we give some ideas on how to make a soup meal as nourishing as possible.
Release of the Review of Roy Fagan Centre Report
The Office of the Chief Psychiatrist has released a report on the Review of the Roy Fagan Centre - Older Persons Mental Health Service.
Digital strategy to help better deliver health services
Information about the Digital Health Strategy at the Department of Health (Tasmania).
Weavers - support along the dementia caring journey
Read more about the Weavers free, personalised peer to peer support program.
"How can I reduce my risk of bowel cancer?"
Some people are at higher risk of bowel cancer than others, but there are some steps that we can all take to reduce our risk of bowel cancer longer-term.
TAZREACH Newsletter - June, 2021
June 2021 newsletter from TAZREACH at the Department of Health (Tasmania).
That’s a wrap! State HACC forum 2021
The CHSP Community Nutrition team ran two workshops at the State HACC forum held in Launceston in March 2021. In this blog we share the recipes we made on the day.