The Codeine Rescheduling commenced on 1 February 2018. CHF was commissioned by TGA to help produce consumer-friendly communications for use before and after that time to ensure consumers knew about the new arrangements and understood what alternatives were available to them.  As part of that...
Join the webinar, hosted by CHF in partnership with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). In October 2017, TGA announced the implementation of patient information leaflets and patient implant cards for all implantable medical devices. This was in response to consumer concerns about the...
Join us to hear our analysis of the 2018 Budget and its implications for consumers.  
Health sector leaders from across Australia have joined forces to promote awareness of the inaugural National Advance Care Planning Week , with hosted events across the nation from Kalgoorlie, Western Australia to Cape Barren Island in Tasmania. Together they are asking Australians of all ages and...
Please note: this event will be at 12pm AEST You can join us here: https://chf.clickmeeting.com/-hellomynameis-comes-to-canberra  Join the webinar, co-hosted with the AHHA, to hear Chris Pointon talk about the #hellomynameis movement, compassionate care and what this means to patients, carers...
Presented in partnership with the George Institute for Global Health, and sponsored by the Australian Digital Health Agency this roundtable will provide an opportunity for the consumer perspective on digital health to be aired and to hear of latest developments on the roll-out of My Health Record.
From Feb 1 2018, codeine will no longer be available over the counter at the pharmacy. Join CHF Policy Manager Jo Root and CEO of PainAustralia Carol Bennett to talk about the change and what the reform means for consumers. They will discuss why the change is being made, and what further reforms...
Under the My Health Records Act 2012, health information in My Health Record may be collected, used and disclosed “for any purpose” with the consent of the healthcare recipient.  In addition, one of the functions of the System Operator (the Australian Digital Health Agency) is “to prepare and...
Collaborative Pairs is leadership training program that supports the development of the mindset and practices that underpin the culture of shared leadership and partnership and, specifically, joint clinician-patient approaches to program and service development in health and improvement in regional...
Healthcare remains our economy’s fastest growing expense. The second event in the CEDA Queensland 2017 Health series will examine what patient centred care means for cost, service, and delivery - now and for the decades ahead. Can we make patient centred care a pillar of Australia’s multi-billion...

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