SNPHN would like to congratulate Kerry Lee McBride on being a finalist in the APNA Recently Graduated Nurse of the Year 2018.
The Centre for Eating and Dieting Disorders has rebranded as the InsideOut Institute, a national institute for research and clinical excellence in eating disorders.
Fit and healthy mother of two, Regina Marchant, was diagnosed with breast cancer by BreastScreen NSW in August 2014, just two months after her 50th birthday. Screen for early detection of cancer today, don’t delay.
Doctors and primary care nurses are being urged to reinforce the message that vaccination is the most effective way to prevent Streptococcus pneumoniae, responsible for an estimated 20% of pneumonia cases in Australia.
The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control have developed a resource that lists terms for vaccine-preventable diseases and vaccines, and other terms that might be found on an immunisation record, by language.
With the increasing demand and to maintain the quality of events, from 1 July 2018 onwards, SNPHN will charge non-members a standard fee of $70 for attending some education events.
To inform ongoing HealthPathway development for Sydney North, please could you complete this short 7 question survey (approx. 5 minutes).
May 2017 marked a unique date for SNHPs with the launch of the website to health professionals in Northern Sydney. One year on, the team highlights some of the achievements.
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is getting together focus groups to gather clinician and patient/public views on the types of information they want to know about the safety and quality of their health services, and how this can be made easily accessible and useful to them.
Clevertar’s Low Intensity CBT program, authored by Flinders University, is a 12-module program delivered on a time-gated schedule, which allows for goal setting and attainment in response to session content.
On Fri 27th April, Federal Member for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman MP dropped by the practice of SNPHN Chair and local GP Dr Harry Nespolon for his annual flu shot.