Self-care and self-management: a follow-up to the blueprint report
This webinar was broadcast on 28 Oct 2020
#CHF webinar series - self-care and self-management
Join this session to hear about self-care and self-management, and the follow-up to the Mitchell Institute’s national blueprint for support and development of self-care released on 7 Oct 2020.
The report calls for government leadership to spur Australians to take more interest in and control of their health care.
The Mitchell Institute health policy team at Victoria University in Melbourne leads the Australian Health Policy Collaboration (AHPC).
Hear the top line panellists:
- Rosemary Calder, Professor of Health Policy, Mitchell Institute, Victoria University
- Brad Rossiter OAM, health consumer, recognised for his community health advocacy
- Dana Mouwad: Founder and director of the Health Literacy Hub, Western Sydney Local Health District.
The world-leading policy blueprint is endorsed by more than 50 health experts across the country and calls for new and inclusive policy proposals to support self-care and improve health — for all Australians.
This webinar will drill down into the recommendations in the Blueprint that will be of interest to consumers. It will be an ‘in conversation’ format with the main author, the Institute’s Professor of Health Policy, Rosemary Calder, and focus on extending the advocacy, profile, and discussion around the top 3 Blueprint recommendations further.
Self-care for health; a national blueprint - copy of the report
Health experts call for urgent reform - Victoria University