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Latest Community News
Auckland HealthPathways team celebrates third anniversary and programme milestones
With over 1.5 million page views and more than 300 localised clinical pathways, the Auckland Regional HealthPathways team had a lot to celebrate at their recent third anniversary party.
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HealthPathways helps GPs respond quickly to meningococcal outbreak in Tasmania
An urgent update to Tasmanian HealthPathways enabled GPs to respond quickly to a meningococcal outbreak in Tasmania in late July.
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SpotOnHealth HealthPathways - connecting care in Brisbane's south
The SpotOnHealth HealthPathways team has celebrated their first year of operation in Brisbane’s south.
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West Moreton HealthPathways in Queensland launches with celebration and workshop event
Queensland’s West Moreton HealthPathways is now well on the way to implementation, following a recent launch and workshop event.
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Recruiting the right people - HealthPathways Team Recruitment Pack
Recruiting the right people is critical to the success of your HealthPathways programme. Use the HealthPathways Team Recruitment Pack on the HealthPathways Community website to help you build and grow your HealthPathways team.
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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, consumers, and representatives from four partner organisations: COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW PHN, Capital Health Network – ACT PHN, ACT Health, and Southern NSW Local Health District (LHD).
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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.
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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.
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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 website.
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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.
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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 into written case studies.
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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.
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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 processes in place for the Regional Forums, and will soon be in touch with regions about this.
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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 and other health professionals at the General Practice Conference and Exhibition (GPCE) in Sydney in late May.
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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 to be done, this “accidental leadership” is enabling significant change. The “Clinical Editors as Clinical Leaders” workshop has been running today and yesterday and is linked to the Conference Learning Module for Clinical Editors.
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