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New resource: COVID-19 pandemic preparedness toolkit

Primary Health Tasmania has developed a 25-page toolkit to support general practice and other primary healthcare settings with COVID-19 pandemic preparedness and response. The toolkit includes: a COVID-19 outbreak preparedness framework outlining considerations for staff, clinic layout, infection prevention and control information about implications for general practice and other primary healthcare settings during different phases…

30 July General Practice Matters out now

The latest issue of General Practice Matters is out now. Click here to read it. You can also click here to subscribe to receive the fortnightly e-newsletter, and here to read our publication guidelines.

Three vacant positions on the Primary Health Tasmania team

Primary Health Tasmania is advertising to fill three roles within our organisation: safety and quality manager (lead – safety and quality) – an experienced professional who can lead the implementation of quality standards to achieve effective delivery of Primary Health Tasmania’s health system improvement and health services commissioning outcomes integrated health care manager (lead –…

16 July General Practice Matters out now

The latest issue of General Practice Matters is out now. Click here to read it. You can also click here to subscribe to receive the fortnightly e-newsletter, and here to read our publication guidelines.

2 July General Practice Matters out now

The latest issue of General Practice Matters is out now. Click here to read it. You can also click here to subscribe to receive the fortnightly e-newsletter, and here to read our publication guidelines.

New health literacy resources for Tasmanian health professionals

Teach-back is a simple conversational tool used to check client understanding. Using teach-back can help your clients self-manage their health and make informed decisions about their health care. Teach-back is not a test of the clients’ knowledge; it’s a test of how well you have communicated. Primary Health Tasmania commissioned TasCOSS to develop two educational…