Profile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | MilduraProfile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | Swan HillMeasuring your success | WebinarProfile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | SheppartonProstate Cancer | SheppartonProfile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | SeymourUseful conversations about change – motivational interviewing in general practice | MilduraProfile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | BenallaUpdate on specialists and services at St John of God Hospital | A Forum for specialists and GPs | Bendigo

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February 2018

Stop Stigma Workshop | Albury

February 27 @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Albury Library Museum, Corner Kiewa and Swift Streets
Albury, NSW 2640
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Organisations who have signed, or are interested in signing our Stop Mental Illness Stigma Charter, are invited to attend a workshop to share stories and ideas for how to implement the Charter in the workplace. The feedback will be collated into a practical resource to help organisations effectively implement the Charter in their own workplaces.

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Profile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | Mildura

February 28 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Commodore Motel, Deakin Avenue
Mildura, Victoria 3500 Australia
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Overview Meet Cheryl. She is 51, works as a senior executive at a local regional health service and well-known to you. She is extremely busy, works late hours and is feeling quite stressed. When Cheryl gets home she and her husband Brad, open a bottle of red, and enjoy a large glass whilst they prepare their meal. During dinner, another two glasses are consumed and whilst relaxing briefly before bed, Cheryl often drinks a 4th glass “to help me sleep”.…

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March 2018

Profile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | Swan Hill

March 1 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Swan Hill Club, 5-17 McCallum Street
Swan Hill, VIC 3585 Australia
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Overview Meet Cheryl. She is 51, works as a senior executive at a local regional health service and well known to you. She is extremely busy, works late hours and is feeling quite stressed. When Cheryl gets home she and her husband Brad, open a bottle of red, and enjoy a large glass whilst they prepare their meal. During dinner, another two glasses are consumed and whilst relaxing briefly before bed, Cheryl often drinks a 4th glass “to help me…

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Measuring your success | Webinar

March 6 @ 1:15 pm - 2:00 pm
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Measurement is the foundation of quality improvement. Without measurement, it’s difficult to know exactly what to improve, and whether improvements have in fact occurred, so efforts to improve processes or systems must be driven by reliable data. Increase your understanding of how to collect, analyse and display quality improvement measurement data. By attending this webinar, you will learn how to use data to drive quality improvement in your general practice. RSVP by Monday 5 March. Click here for the flyer. Click…

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Profile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | Shepparton

March 6 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Department of Rural Health, 49 Graham Street
Shepparton, Victoria 3630 Australia
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Free

Overview Meet Cheryl. She is 51, works as a senior executive at a local regional health service and well known to you. She is extremely busy, works late hours and is feeling quite stressed. When Cheryl gets home she and her husband Brad, open a bottle of red, and enjoy a large glass whilst they prepare their meal. During dinner, another two glasses are consumed and whilst relaxing briefly before bed, Cheryl often drinks a 4th glass “to help me sleep”.…

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Prostate Cancer | Shepparton

March 7 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Carrington, 505 Wyndham Street
Shepparton, Victoria 3630 Australia
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Free

This event aims to increase health professional’s awareness and use of the optimal care pathways (OCPs), which provide information from screening, to diagnosis and treatment. OCPs ensure a standardised pathway and continuity of care between services, whether they are local or metropolitan based, for all patients with a cancer diagnosis. Click here for more information. RSVP by 5 March to: michelle.judd@gvhealth.org.au

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Profile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | Seymour

March 7 @ 6:30 pm
Free

Overview Meet Cheryl. She is 51, works as a senior executive at a local regional health service and well known to you. She is extremely busy, works late hours and is feeling quite stressed. When Cheryl gets home she and her husband Brad, open a bottle of red, and enjoy a large glass whilst they prepare their meal. During dinner, another two glasses are consumed and whilst relaxing briefly before bed, Cheryl often drinks a 4th glass “to help me sleep”.…

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Useful conversations about change – motivational interviewing in general practice | Mildura

March 10 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Commodore Motel, Deakin Avenue
Mildura, Victoria 3500 Australia
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Overview Not infrequently healthcare practitioners find themselves working with people who seem reluctant or ambivalent about changing a behaviour even when they have a good understanding of the harms or risks of not changing. Motivational interviewing (MI) is essentially about having helpful conversations with people about change. MI is a style of communication that pays particular attention to the language of change and is designed to strengthen personal motivation for & commitment to a specific change goal. This one day…

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Profile of a risky drinker…putting alcohol use on the consultation agenda | Benalla

March 13 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Benalla Community Health Centre, 45-63 Coster Street
Benalla, VIC 3672 Australia
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Overview Meet Cheryl. She is 51, works as a senior executive at a local regional health service and well known to you. She is extremely busy, works late hours and is feeling quite stressed. When Cheryl gets home she and her husband Brad, open a bottle of red, and enjoy a large glass whilst they prepare their meal. During dinner, another two glasses are consumed and whilst relaxing briefly before bed, Cheryl often drinks a 4th glass “to help me sleep”.…

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Update on specialists and services at St John of God Hospital | A Forum for specialists and GPs | Bendigo

March 14 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
GPO Bendigo, 60-64 Pall Mall
Bendigo, Vic 3550 Australia
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This forum is designed to discuss opportunities and challenges regarding facilitating better communications and improved patient care. Topics Referral pathways Electronic communications Discharge information Education Click here for full details. RSVP by 8 March via EventBrite:

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