Uni helps take pulse of regional health system
Published on 27 March, 2013
CQUniversity has been helping to take the pulse of the regional health system by hosting three 'liveWELL CQ' feedback sessions on behalf of the Central Queensland Primary Care Partnership (CQPCP).
The Q&A sessions held at the Central Queensland Innovation and Research Precinct (CQIRP) across from CQUniversity Rockhampton Campus have been designed to stimulate ideas, encourage dialogue and cultivate actions.
Stakeholders have included the University, CQPCP, Medicare Local, Centacare and the Queensland Government.
The final of the three sessions covered Fly In Fly Out - the impact on the health of our communities.
This session was Chaired by Carmel Marshall, Planning and Development Manager at Centacare Catholic Diocese of Rockhampton, and the Process Observer was Thalep Ah Mat, CEO of Bidgerdii Community Health Service.
Panel members included:
Professor Lee Di Milia (CQUniversity);
Laura Barnes - Deputy Director at the Health and Community Services Workforce Council;
Kurt Heidecker - CEO Gladstone Industry Leaders Group;
Dr Ricki Jeffery - Diocesan Director - Centacare Catholic Diocese of Rockhampton;
Mr Mick Shearer - Regional Executive Director, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.