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Therapeutic relationships as a harm minimisation approach for vulnerable people

Therapeutic relationships as a harm minimisation approach for vulnerable people

Time

6:00pm to 8:30pm, 15/10/19

Venue

Press Conference Room, Manuka Oval

Event Detail

Capital Health Network, through the ACT PHN Programme, invites all General Practitioners, Allied Health Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Practice Managers and Reception Staff to attend our therapeutic relationships as a harm minimisation approach for vulnerable people education evening.

Session Detail

This educational session will focus on key issues of the therapeutic relationship as a harm minimisation approach for vulnerable people and the use of naloxone and buprenorphine. It aims to improve the primary health care providers' knowledge and skill in building good relationships with vulnerable people to help them eventually manage their use and lead healthier lives.

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HIV Clinical Care Meeting

HIV Clinical Care Meeting

Time

7:45am to 9:00am, 23/10/19

Venue

Main Auditorium, Level 2, Building 2, The Canberra Hospital

Event Detail

Capital Health Network, through the ACT PHN Programme, invites all health professionals with an interest in HIV to attend our upcoming HIV Clinical Care Meeting.

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Cultural Awareness Training

Cultural Awareness Training

Time

6:00pm to 8:30pm, 28/10/19

Venue

The Boat House, Barton

Event Detail

Capital Health Network, through the ACT PHN Programme, invites all General Practitioners, Allied Health Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Practice Managers and Reception Staff to attend our Cultural Awareness Training.

Session Detail

This education session focuses on cultural awareness and identification of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It aims to improve primary health care providers understanding of how a person’s culture may inform their understanding of disease and their interactions with the health care system. It is recognised that high quality primary health care is essential for closing the gap in health outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and cultural awareness is a key component of quality care.

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CHN Annual General Meeting (Save the Date)

CHN Annual General Meeting (Save the Date)

Time

6:00pm to 9:00pm, 31/10/19

Venue

Capital Health Network

Event Detail

CHN's AGM will be held on 31st October. Details TBC.

Session Detail