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Join the new Stay Well, Stay Home Chronic Condition Collaborative

Published 25/10/2022

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We are excited to invite health services to participate in the new Stay Well Stay Home Chronic Condition Collaborative to improve outcomes for people living with COPD, asthma and diabetes.  

This initiative is a part of the 100,000 Lives program which aims to reduce harm and improve health outcomes for at least 100,000 Victorians over five years. 

Why join us? 

  • Learn and utilise improvement science to improve outcomes for people living with asthma, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) 
  • Receive individualised and tailored support from the SCV project team to help you build your project team and identify appropriate changes to test at your health service. 
  • Participate in regular individual coaching to help your project team progress and improve patient outcomes. 
  • Participate in interactive learning sessions and sharing of knowledge across the healthcare sector. 

Who are we looking for? 

Expressions of interest are open to all Victorian hospitals, GP clinics and other community health services that provide care to people with asthma, diabetes and COPD. We would like to partner with metropolitan and regional cross-sector teams including: 

  • Primary care – GPs, nurse practitioners, Practice Managers and/or other healthcare staff 
  • Tertiary/Secondary care – metropolitan, regional and remote hospitals  
  • Community Health Services – chronic condition clinics, community programs, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations 
  • Primary Health Networks 

How can my health service participate? 

Participation in the Stay Well Stay Home Chronic Condition BTS Collaborative provides a unique opportunity for consumers and clinicians from primary, community and tertiary health services to learn from and collaborate with other cross-sector health services, and people in your local community who provide and receive care for asthma, diabetes and COPD management in Victoria.
 
Working together across the continuum of care is how we can make the greatest impact, and share our experiences, expertise, knowledge and resources.  

How to apply

We welcome all levels of interest to apply online or make an enquiry

Step 1 – Read the Stay Well, Stay Home Charter.

Step 2 - Read the Expression of Interest information pack.

Step 3 – Complete the EOI registration form

 

Applications close 5 December 2022. 

 

For more information, view the EOI Information Session video, or contact the Stay Well Stay Home team. 
 
 

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