MABEL Survey reminder
Men’s Health Week is a great time to raise the awareness and support the health and wellbeing of the men in your local community. Andrology Australia invites individuals and organisations to host a men’s health event during Men’s Health Week and encourage men to talk to their doctor about their reproductive health.
Nominations for the National Disability Awards are now open.
The National Disability Awards recognise outstanding achievements that have improved the lives of people with disability.
Head to idpwd.com.au to nominate.
Nominations close 30 June 2016.
Kidney Health Week is a national, community event. Together we aim to create awareness about maintaining kidney health, as well as kidney disease and its impact.
Every year in the last week of May, thousands of people from across our nation turn red to support and promote kidney health. A wide range of activities are held across Australia to share the message of prevention, detection and support. Join our kidney health community and support 2016 Kidney Health Week!
myPHN 2016 Conference: Connecting General Practice
Northern Queensland Primary Health Network
Saturday, 9th July - Sunday, 10th July 2016
Pullman Reef Hotel Casino, Cairns
NQPHN invites all health providers to join us at our inaugural primary health conference in Cairns.
National Palliative Care Week is an annual awareness raising week organised by Palliative Care Australia.
National Palliative Care Week is a national week supported by the Department of Health to raise awareness and understanding about palliative care in the Australian community.
The theme addresses the need for people with advanced chronic illness to be able to access palliative care.
Do you want to make a difference in Australian Indigenous Health?
The Fellowship is designed to support individuals wanting to make a contribution in the are of Australian Indigenous Health and Welfare.
Important information for users, carers and families
Thousands of Australian men have been putting themselves at serious risk of a devastating stroke and the majority had no idea.
As Australia’s Biggest Blood Pressure Check heads into its final week, more than 41 percent of men tested have been urgently referred onto their doctor for advice on how to lower their stroke risk and improve their health.