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Increase in inappropriate referrals to BreastScreen Victoria
BreastScreen Victoria clinics across the state have seen an increase in GPs inappropriately referring symptomatic women.read more
No change to level A and B consultations
The Federal Health Minister Sussan Ley has announced that changes to Medicare consultations (Level A and B) due to take effect Monday 19 January will no longer go ahead.read more
Measles alert following Etihad Stadium event
Health professionals in Melbourne are advised to be on the alert for symptoms of measles in their patients after two people contracted the illness following an RMIT graduation ceremony at Etihad Stadium on 17 December 2014.read more
Mental health art competition winners announced
In partnership with the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service, the Northern Melbourne Medicare Local Partners in Recovery program held a state-wide art competition encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to tell their mental health story through art.read more
ATAPS update December 15, 2014
From 15 December 2014 the ATAPs program will resume processing referrals and re-referrals in all ATAPS tiers in line with available capacity. The program will continue to provide access to short term mental health services for eligible clients.read more
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This training for primary care nurses encompasses information about cervical cancer screening including rates, barriers and the HPV vaccine. It also provides an update on the National Cervical Screening Program renewal.
Network with other practice nurses in northern Melbourne and learn how to make the most of the PEN Clinical Audit Tool software.