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New issue of Primary Health Matters available

Posted on November 1, 2018

We’re pleased to unveil the November edition of our magazine, Primary Health Matters.

This edition includes a wide range of stories – from one-on-one interviews with real Tasmanians who have overcome substance misuse, to local health workers enlisting digital solutions to deliver top-quality care.

We also shine a spotlight on some of our valued commissioned providers, including headspace Hobart, South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation – SETAC, Drug Education Network Inc., Corumbene Care, and more.

In this issue, you’ll find:

  • the story of headspace Hobart client Hannah*, who has turned her life around with the support of the youth mental health provider
  • interviews with two clients of the Anglicare Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service (ADATS) program
  • information about our work towards a statewide alcohol and other drugs service framework
  • an interview with a South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation worker building her alcohol and other drugs treatment skill set
  • a feature about the Tobacco Free Communities Pilot Project happening in Glamorgan Spring Bay
  • interviews with members of the Tasmanian suicide prevention trial’s diverse working groups
  • and more.

Read an online copy, and check out earlier issues, here.