The 2016 Boyer Lecture Series titled Fair Australia: Social Justice and the Health Gap, were delivered by Professor Sir Michael Marmot , President of the World Medical Association, Director of the Institute of Health Equity and a leading researcher on health inequality issues for more than three...
Intensive Family Support (IFS) services help vulnerable families who have multiple or complex needs. The services work with families to build their capacity to safely care for and protect their children. The Queensland Government funds a number of organisations to provide IFS in locations across...
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You, your clients, colleagues and friends are invited to join us for a free sausage sizzle while learning how to save money on your energy costs. Bring along your electricity bill to find out all you need to know about your energy use, how to read your bill, solar power, find out whether you are...
If you couldn't make it to the 2016 Queensland Disability Conference or just want to catch up on some sessions you missed a number of resources are now available on the conference website. The website has been updatd with lots of information from the conference, including: keynote speaker videos,...
Meth Check is a package of free tools and resources designed for Queensland-based health and community service workers who engage with people who use methamphetamine. It includes: eLearning: An introduction to methamphetamine for Queensland workers Psychostimulant Medical Early Intervention...
A major report into telecommunications affordability launched jointly by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) and the South Australian Council of Social Service (SACOSS) was launched yesterday. The report highlights concerns about low-income consumers in staying connected...
Churchill Education recently held a webinar on cultural competency, "Walking in two worlds". Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people have distinct and complex cultures which have been practiced for over 60,000 years and are still in practice today. To provide appropriate service delivery...
The Palaszczuk Government yesterday made same-sex adoption legal in Queensland. Minister for Communities Shannon Fentiman said the Adoption and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016 passed in the Queensland Parliament on 2 November 2016. “Discriminatory barriers that prevent LGBTI Queenslanders...
The Queensland Government has today launched a new violence prevention plan to help women and girls in Queensland live without fear, threats or experience of violence. Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Shannon Fentiman launched key actions via the Queensland Violence...
MS Queensland has led the collaboration of 11 Progressive Neurological Disease organisations, called The NeuroCare Network - we are working together to provide better outcomes for Queenslanders living with progressive neurological and neuromuscular disease. The NeuroCare Network is hosting a Q&...

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