Host a kitchen table discussion to ‘TALK ABOUT’ managing an ongoing, long term health condition

Closing date for applications: 9am, Friday 14 May 2021

Do you live in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region? Have  you been diagnosed with or do you have knowledge of ongoing, chronic or long term health conditions? 

Health Consumers Queensland is looking for four consumers to host a kitchen table discussion with your community network in this region between 15 May and 29 May to learn about their opinions and experiences of managing a chronic or long-term illness or condition. (While Mental Health is considered a chronic condition, the previous round of Kitchen Tables covered mental health intensively, so we have not considered it for this round.)


Become a member of the Jacaranda Place Stakeholder Committee

Closing date for applications: 9am, Tuesday 18 May 2021

Are you a consumer or carer with a lived experience of accessing a child and youth mental health service within Queensland Health, and some committee experience?

The Department of Health is seeking one mental health consumer representative and one carer representative to participate as members on the Jacaranda Place – The Queensland Adolescent Extended Treatment Centre (Jacaranda Place) Stakeholder Committee.

Jacaranda Place is a purpose-built facility providing a 12-bed statewide inpatient service for adolescents aged 13-18 years (with consideration of extension to 21 years of age) with severe and complex mental health needs who will likely benefit from an extended treatment and rehabilitation model (up to six months depending on clinical need) that fully integrates mental health and educational and vocational training components.


Improve health services for people with brain and spinal cord injuries

Applications close: 9am, Monday, 31 May 2021

Clinical Excellence Queensland (CEQ) invites one health consumer or carer representative to participate on the Steering Committee for the Commonwealth funded Improving health services for people with brain and spinal cord injuries project (the Statewide BaSCI project).

The purpose of the Statewide BaSCI project steering committee is to ensure the success of the project. The Statewide BaSCI project will support Queensland Health and Hospital Services to implement actions within the Statewide adult spinal cord injury health service plan 2016-2026 and the Statewide adult brain injury rehabilitation service plan 2016-2026 so that patients with brain or spinal cord injuries will benefit from more equitable access to specialised rehabilitation care closer to home. This will be achieved through the expansion and improvement of existing health services across the care continuum and piloting new service models. 


Master Class Series: Strengthen Your Partnerships for Qld Health Staff (online)

Advanced skills

Weekly sessions begin 12pm 10 June

  • 3 x 45 mins online sessions.
  • A series designed for health staff who are already partnering with consumers and want to deepen their knowledge in particular areas of consumer partnerships.
  • You will need to register for each session separately.

This training is for staff of Queensland Health only. Training for staff for non-Qld Health organisations is coming soon.

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