Creating a healthier, better connected Gippsland.

Resources

Priority Issues Papers

Gippsland PHN advocates for strategic health planning in priority and emerging areas by bringing together local data and intelligence from Gippsland PHN teams and Advisory Group members. Feedback and discussion about the content of the papers is welcome via tellmaria@gphn.org.au.

Suicide (June 2022)

Child Health (October 2021)

Primary Care - Keeping People Out of Hospital (Dec 2020)

Pandemics and disasters - the value of integrated care (2021)

Dementia (June 2022)

Disability (July 2021)

Aboriginal Torres Strait Islanders (April 2020)

Access to General Practice bulk billing (July 2019)

Oral Health Needs in Gippsland (Feb 2022)

Young people and mental health (July 2021)

Gippsland Primary Health Workforce (April 2020)

Aged Care Royal Commission Response (July 2019)

Sexual and reproductive health (April 2022)

Family Violence: Services and Projects (Dec 2021)

Access to mental health services in South Coast Gippsland – June 2019

Alcohol and other drugs (April 2022)

Family Violence: Issues and Impact (Dec 2021)

Primary Care - Managing the main health issues (2021)

Reports

Mallacoota Survey Report

Gippsland PHN Climate Change Position Statement

Listening to Latrobe: Towards improved health outcomes for people living with chronic disease

Digital Health Maturity Assessment

Mental Health Nurse in Practice Program Evaluation Summary

Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Evaluation Summary

Regional Health Workforce Survey Summary Report

Smoking Cessation Qualitative Research

Cancer Screening Research Report

Youth Access Clinics – The development of youth services in a rural setting

Referral Characteristics and Service Accessibility of Youth Residing in a Rural Setting – A Clinical Audit of Youth Access Clinic Files

Care Coordination Can Reduce Unmet Needs of Persons with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness Report

Health-Issues Centre Consumer Perspectives Ageing Residents’ Access to Health in Gippsland

Local Government

Recommended websites

Australian Bureau of Statistics – Census Quick Stats provides a census-based profile of a chosen area

Social Health Atlases is a Public Health Information Development Unit (PHIDU) map many indicators

My Healthy Communities compares data across Australia using maps and tables

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Healthy community indicator – compares data across Australia using maps and tables

The Victorian Department of Health

Australia’s Health Tracker by Area – maps data across Australia

Turning Point AOD Stats includes alcohol and other drugs specific data with maps

Crime Statistics Agency provides crime statistics with maps.

Victorian Women’s Health Atlas provides mapping of data by gender