Over the past few months there has been uncertainty about the future of Primary Care Partnership (PCPs').
PCPs' have been an important part of the Victorian health system for 19 years and are now under review.
We asked our members (local health services) "what would be the impact if PCP did not exist?" and this is what they said #SecurePCPsFuture ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago ·
Yesterday we attended the launch of the Seymour Crossroads II Report.
The study found 92% of people perceived their diet as either ‘very healthy’ or ‘quite healthy’. However, less than half (46%), ate the recommended 2 serves of fruit per day, and only 12% ate 5 serves of vegetables each day (similar findings to other surveys).
What do we think a healthy diet is, if we are not basing it on how much fruit and vegetables we eat?
Here is the full report from The University of Melbourne (in partnership with Seymour Health) with many more interesting findings
https://medicine.unimelb.edu.au/research-groups/rural-health-research/… ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago ·
Smiles 4 Miles 2020 program registrations are now open in Mitchell and Murrindindi Shires.
Smiles 4 Miles is an initiative of Dental Health Services Victoria, working in partnership with Lower Hume Primary Care Partnership to improve the oral health of the youngest children in our community.
So if your early childhood service is interested in creating healthier environments for kids, families and staff then this program is for you. For more information and how to register please visit www.lhpcp.org.au/smiles-4-miles/ . ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago ·
Here are 5 healthy tips to bring some variety to your next BBQ event or fundraiser.
For more information and resources on eating healthy and being physically active within community please visit www.vaccho.org.au/resources/npa/ .
Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Inc ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago ·