Upcoming workshops and webinars

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Western Victoria PHN’s Workforce Development program aims to improve the capacity of the primary health care system to deliver better outcomes for patients and the community.

It achieves this by developing and delivering initiatives targeting the health care workforce through education, general practice support, improving connections and addressing workforce gaps.

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August Events

New Model of Service Delivery for Chronic Conditions Service Providers - 25, 30, 31 August

Western Victoria Primary Health Network would like to get the perspective of chronic condition service providers as we move toward a place-based model for future services.

WVPHN is committed to ensuring the chronic conditions support services we commission are delivering the right outcomes for both patients and health providers.

September Events

A Clear Approach to Wound Management - 5, 6, 7 September

An overview of how wounds heal and what prevents healing including how to assess them. Both acute and chronic wounds need a clear approach as does wound infection and how and what to dress wounds is essential.

Speaker:  Professor Geoffrey Sussman

Locations: Hamilton, Warrnambool, Colac, Geelong, Ballarat

GP-Paediatrician Interface and Transitions – 6 September


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