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*NOW CLOSED* Join our team: Digital health coordinator opportunity

Primary Health Tasmania is currently looking for a new digital health coordinator to join our team on a full-time basis. We’re looking for an experienced professional who can use their experience and expertise to coordinate implementation, support and monitoring of digital health initiatives in Tasmania. Find out more about the role here. Applications close 5:00pm…

13 August 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.

Around 100 Tasmanian pharmacists to be offered advanced suicide prevention training

Around 100 pharmacists from the approximately 160 community pharmacies registered within Tasmania will be offered the chance to strengthen their suicide prevention skills as part of a new partnership between Primary Health Tasmania and the Black Dog Institute. The training project is supported by The Pharmaceutical Society Australia, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia and Curtin…

New resource: COVID-19 pandemic preparedness toolkit

Primary Health Tasmania has developed a 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 of…

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.

*NOW CLOSED* 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‚Äôs health system improvement and health services commissioning outcomes integrated health care manager (lead –…