Welcome to the HealthPathways Community

This website aims to inspire and facilitate collaboration between HealthPathways Teams across New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

Access to the Community website

To request access to this site, click the Register button (above) and fill in the form. There are two levels of access:

  • Members of HealthPathways Team, who are implementing, localising, and evaluating HealthPathways in their region, can apply for full access to this website.
  • Members of the local health community using HealthPathways in a region can register as a Friend of the Community and are given access to news and events.
Emergency Updates

If it's outside of office hours and you need to make an emergency update to your HealthPathways website, see Out-of-Hours and Emergency Contact for instructions.

Access to your local HealthPathways website

To request access to a local HealthPathways website, please contact the local HealthPathways team.

ACT & Southern NSW HealthPathways team celebrates 400 pathways milestone

ACT & Southern NSW HealthPathways team celebrates 400 pathways milestone

On Thursday 5 July 2018, the ACT & Southern NSW HealthPathways team celebrated publishing 400 pathways at an event attended by health professionals, c...
Welcoming Sunderland, and Cardiff and Vale, to the HealthPathways Community

Welcoming Sunderland, and Cardiff and Vale, to the HealthPathways Community

We extend a warm welcome from the HealthPathways community to two new UK regions who are busy preparing to go live later this year.
HealthPathways Western Australia reaches 400 pathways

HealthPathways Western Australia reaches 400 pathways

The HealthPathways Western Australia team demonstrates how smart engagement strategies yield results, celebrating their 400-pathway milestone in style...
HealthPathways Conference presentation recordings and slides now available

HealthPathways Conference presentation recordings and slides now available

Slides, resources, and video recordings from many of the HealthPathways Conference presentations are now available on the HealthPathways Community web...
Targeting non-clinical staff increases awareness and yields results in South Tyneside

Targeting non-clinical staff increases awareness and yields results in South Tyneside

Targeting non-clinical staff in GP practices is a great way to increase utilisation of HealthPathways, says South Tyneside HealthPathways coordinator.
Posters from the 2018 HealthPathways Conference now available

Posters from the 2018 HealthPathways Conference now available

Posters from the 2018 HealthPathways Conference are now available on the HealthPathways Community website for all to view, and some may be developed i...
HealthPathways helps overcome challenges for patients and GPs in the Northern Territory

HealthPathways helps overcome challenges for patients and GPs in the Northern Territory

HealthPathways Northern Territory, launched in Darwin on 31 May, is helping overcome the challenges of distance and diversity in this expansive region...
HealthPathways Regional Forum Facilitator Appointed

HealthPathways Regional Forum Facilitator Appointed

We’re delighted to announce the appointment of Margie McLeod as Regional Forum Facilitator. Margie’s first steps will be to put the structure and pr...
HealthPathways regions collaborate at GPCE in Sydney in May

HealthPathways regions collaborate at GPCE in Sydney in May

The 12 HealthPathways regions in NSW and ACT have demonstrated collaboration in action by jointly promoting HealthPathways to general practitioners an...
Clinical Editors as Clinical Leaders: Exploring the role of the clinical editor as a leader

Clinical Editors as Clinical Leaders: Exploring the role of the clinical editor as a leader

What makes a leader? At the 2018 HealthPathways Conference in Newcastle, Dr Louise Delaney points out that when GPs step up to do something that needs...

 

About the HealthPathways Community

The HealthPathways Community is a collaborative of all organisations implementing HealthPathways. Each organisation undertakes to share knowledge, processes, and pathways with other members of the Community.

The Community is facilitated by Streamliners, a New Zealand based technical writing and publishing company. Streamliners and Canterbury District Health Board developed the original Canterbury HealthPathways between 2008 and 2011, before inviting other like-minded health jurisdictions to become part of the HealthPathways Community.

Streamliners also directly supports each region implementing HealthPathways with training and technical writing services, the publishing platform, and a shared administration and feedback system.

Read more about HealthPathways and joining the Community.