Join us during Men’s Health Week 2018 for this free, online Q&A webcast as our panel of leading health experts answer will provide an engaging overview of some of the possible effects of a prostate cancer diagnosis on sex, intimacy, and relationships. The panel will discuss the impact of different treatment options and some of the challenges faced around relationships and intimacy, and ways to move forward.
Registration is free, and all questions will be anonymous so if you have a tricky question about your situation that you have not been able to ask – here is your chance.
The University of Southern Queensland will host its 3rd Annual Resilient Regions Week. In collaboration with their partners, this year’s theme is chronic disease and rural men’s health.
Details regarding Funding Round 2 are as follows:
Medical specialists who live and work in rural and remote Australia are invited to apply for an Individual Specialist CPD Grant under the Support for Rural Specialists in Australia (SRSA) program. Grants can be used to assist with registration fees, accommodation, and travel to a CPD event or course. Applications close 28 February 2018. Head to the ruralspecialist.org.au website for the complete Funding Round guidelines and application forms.
Rural health advocates are invited to join a #CroakeyGO event in Albury on Monday, 19 February 2018. #CroakeyGO is a form of walking journalism, and this will be an opportunity to walk with editors from the public health news project, Croakey.org, and talk about local and wider health issues. The Croakey editors will conduct interviews and live tweet the walk, so that others can participate long distance and tune into the discussions.
Don’t miss the 8th National Health Reform Summit to be held in Canberra, 27 March 2018. Sessions include include: ‘can our health system be fixed or does it need to be rebuilt?’; ‘What ideas and resources do we already have to improve the health system?’; ‘Engaging politicians and governments’; and ‘Re-imagining the health system’.
There will also be a pre-Summit Workshop on ‘Why advocacy matters: how to maximise influence in the health sector'.
Regional aged care organisations and their staff - including volunteers and community members - around Australia will have a rare opportunity for locally provided professional development in spiritual care to inform, inspire and celebrate their work with the older people for whom they care.
Meaningful Ageing Australia is the peak body for spiritual care and ageing supporting organisations and groups to respond to the pastoral and spiritual needs of older people, their significant others, and their carers.