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Aug

27

2020

Local Nurse Network Meetings Attended by 220+

Last week, Healthy North Coast hosted two Nurse Network webinars that were attended by over 220 participants. Feedback has been positive.

Aug

27

2020

Training Opportunity: Infection Control Skill Set

Twenty free places are available in a comprehensive Infection Control Skill Set course commencing in September 2020.

Aug

26

2020

TenderLink – Advertising Opportunities for Providers

Healthy North Coast commissions local services through the North Coast PHN program. Registering with TenderLink will ensure you are notified when new opportunities are advertised.

Aug

26

2020

Primary Care Impact: Influenza Immunisation to High Risk Group PDSAs

Central Pottsville Medical Centre has shared their PDSAs for increasing influenza immunisations to vulnerable groups.

Aug

25

2020

HealthLink enables SmartForms for eReferrals to Lismore Pain and Specialty Outpatient Clinics

NNSW general practices who have an existing HealthLink subscription can now use SmartForms to send eReferrals as part of the NNSWLHD trial involving their Lismore Pain and Specialty Outpatient Clinics. 

Aug

24

2020

Free Online Dementia Course

Preventing Dementia is an online course offering university-quality education on the latest research in dementia risk and protective factors.

Aug

24

2020

BreastScreen NSW North Coast Mobile Calendar 2020

The BreastScreen NSW mobile unit will be visiting the Clarence Valley and the Northern Rivers in coming weeks. Make an appointment by phoning 13 20 50.

Aug

21

2020

Update on Queensland Border Restrictions

The Queensland Government has released updated guidance on border restrictions effective 20 August.

Aug

21

2020

New Youth Mental Health Service Planned for Kempsey

Young people are set to benefit from a new youth mental health service, headspace Kempsey, which is expected to open in late 2020.

Aug

21

2020

Updated COVID-Safe Guidelines for NSW Schools

The NSW Government requires any student who is unwell or who has symptoms to be tested for COVID-19. HSC students have been added to the list of people whose tests should be prioritised.

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