13 December 2017 Consumers Shaping Health
Consumers Health Forum

2018 will be a year of consumers shaping health.

29 November 2017 Health Voices Issue
Consumers Health Forum

The spectacular advances in medical devices and biotechnology are exposing an ever-expanding world of benefits and risks for consumers.

20 November 2017 Submission
Consumers Health Forum

CHF supports evidence-based policy setting and believes the MHR data set represents a rich national data set that can be de-identified, aggregated and made available for analysis. Its use and application to research in the public interest should be balanced with security and privacy safeguards...

16 November 2017 Presentations and Speeches
Health Consult

These slides were used in the Secondary use of My Health Record data webinar, a recording of which is available here: https://youtu.be/V2w3OM2jVos. The webinar was delivered by Andrew Pearce from Health Consult and Nicole Jarvis from the Department of...

15 November 2017 Presentations and Speeches
Consumers Health Forum

A recording of the webinar can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YW492ECVPgI

8 November 2017 Annual Reports
Consumers Health Forum

CHF has been active in ensuring that the consumer perspective was included in a wide range of policy deliberations as we work towards a more consumer centred health care system.

3 November 2017 Presentations and Speeches
Consumers Health Forum

CEO Leanne Wells spoke to the 2017 CEDA forum on the degree to which patient-centred care is a pillar of Australia's health care system. Read the speech here.

13 October 2017 Submission
Consumers Health Forum

CHF’s submission to the draft report of the Review of Accreditation Systems within the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme has called for greater interprofessional collaboration, training in settings other than hospitals and the need to improve efficiency, consistency and commonality...

27 September 2017 Presentations and Speeches
Consumers Health Forum

Delivered by CEO Leanne Wells at PharmAus17 this presentation offers a few brief consumer perspectives on whether or not we have a 21st century national medicines policy. You can read a summary of PharmAus17 here.

27 September 2017 Position Statements
Consumers Health Forum
We join with painAustralia and the Australian Pain Management Association in supporting the full implementation of the National Pain Strategy.  We do not support the proposal from the Pharmacy Guild of Australia and the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia to allow pharmacists to dispense codeine products without a prescription for people with one-off acute pain under certain conditions. 

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