This week in PHC




Future of PHCRIS—update

The Primary Health Care Research & Information Service (PHCRIS) core funding agreement with the Commonwealth Department of Health expires on 30 June 2016. This will not affect the PHC Research Conference,...
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Addressing social determinants of health—community action

To celebrate this year's Public Health Week (4–8 April 2016), the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) is hosting a series of discussions via Twitter, and they are encouraging people...
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A pledge for people with disability

With its vision, purpose and goals written and priority areas identified, the WA Disability Health Network has made a pledge on the Change Day website to improve health outcomes for...
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Latest Research



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In the Media


Community Notices

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People in Primary Health Care

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In celebration of Public Health Week 4-8 April 2016, we highlight the following researchers.





2016 Primary Health Care Research Conference

Many thanks to the 2016 Scientific Committee. This double blind peer review process ensures the high quality of papers and posters presented at the Conference. We were delighted with the number of reviewers and the diversity of interests and areas of the sector that were represented.

PHCRIS Events diary

PHCRIS offers a comprehensive events diary featuring all upcoming primary health care related conferences, workshops, symposia and short courses.
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