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19
Nov
2019
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The Western Queensland PHN Annual Report is now live! The Report is an overview of the organisation's achievements and highlights throughout the 2018-19 financial year.

31
Oct
2019
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Welcome to the Spring edition of the Bush Telegraph which features programs and activities across the Western Queensland catchment. This edition highlights some of the great work being undertaken through the Empowering Our Communities Program, which is generating new local engagement opportunities, keeping people connected, and helping support people through tough climatic conditions which continue to impact across our catchment.

21
Oct
2019
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18
Oct
2019
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13
Sep
2019
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13
Sep
2019
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11
Sep
2019
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02
Sep
2019
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27
Aug
2019
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15
Aug
2019
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11
Jul
2019
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08
Jul
2019
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Over the last three months there has been plenty happening in Western Queensland as a number of signature programs continue to gain momentum and produce results on the ground. The partnerships across our catchment are providing the important foundations to new approaches and creating greater capacity within primary care on the ground.

01
Jul
2019
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23
May
2019
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15
May
2019
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10
May
2019
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08
May
2019
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In rural, remote and under-served areas, many children and young people are not getting the care they need, when they need it, for complex but treatable conditions. Project ECHO® aims to support teams caring for children with complex and chronic conditions using a virtual, case based learning platform.

23
Apr
2019
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In many ways 2019 has got off to an unprecedented start with our communities experiencing historic rainfall and flooding events, while other areas of the South West continue to be in the merciless grasp of the worst drought in living memory.

12
Mar
2019