Linking climate change to health outcomes, a lunch time webinar series.

Welcome to our engagement page for the webinar series.

All 7 sessions have been recorded for your convenience and can now be viewed here presentations can be found in the documents section of this site.

  • Respiratory Health in a Changing Climate
  • Emergency medicine and climate change, a perfect match?
  • Maternal and women's health in a changing climate
  • Ecological impacts from birth to adulthood
  • First Nations People and Ecological Change
  • Climate change, mental health and eco-anxiety
  • Reducing our impact in general practice, what can we do?

We encourage your questions in the Q&A tab below and please contribute to the discussion tab for ongoing dialogue.

Thank you to all of our presenters for their incredible content and willingness to share their knowledge.

Welcome to our engagement page for the webinar series.

All 7 sessions have been recorded for your convenience and can now be viewed here presentations can be found in the documents section of this site.

  • Respiratory Health in a Changing Climate
  • Emergency medicine and climate change, a perfect match?
  • Maternal and women's health in a changing climate
  • Ecological impacts from birth to adulthood
  • First Nations People and Ecological Change
  • Climate change, mental health and eco-anxiety
  • Reducing our impact in general practice, what can we do?

We encourage your questions in the Q&A tab below and please contribute to the discussion tab for ongoing dialogue.

Thank you to all of our presenters for their incredible content and willingness to share their knowledge.

  • Have your say, Facilitators and Barriers to Sharing Health Data

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    With the recent implementation of the PIP-QI, the upcoming development of the National Data Storage and Analytical System (NDSAS), the roll out of the My health Record and the various COVID-19 apps; General Practitioners are routinely asked to participate and share their practice data; often without being consulted on these important topics.


    In an attempt to have your voice heard, you are invited to participate in a brief anonymous survey that provides General Practitioners the opportunity to voice their expert opinion on the future usage of health care data for improving patient quality and supporting general practice in the pursuit of data integrity and sovereignty.


    Please click on the following link to take the survey or copy and paste the link http://j.mp/2T0BMJk into your browser


    If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Richard Varhol from the Curtin University on either 9266-3495 or rvarhol@curtin.edu.au


    Please feel free to pass this email on to your colleagues.

  • City joins nationwide climate alliance

    https://www.albany.wa.gov.au/news/city-joins-nationwide-climate-alliance/356