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WELLINGTON REGIONAL TOURISM
Wellington Primary
Care Partnership
17th April 2012
Wellington Health
Promotion Network
Chair:
Attendees:
9.30am – 11:30am
Conference Room
CGHS
Minutes:
Barb Radley
Barb Radley
Clare Heath – School Focused Youth Service Coordinator
Janne McPhie – Yarram and District Health Service
Jenny Feist - Yarram and District Health Service
Jill Palmer – School Nurse
Sheryl McHugh – Transport Project Coordinator, Wellington Shire Council
Selena Gillham - Physical Activity Strategy Officer, Wellington Shire Council
Tara Smark – Project Worker, Wellington Primary Care Partnership
Jo Cockwill – Executive Officer, Wellington Primary Care Partnership
Barb Radley - Health Promotion Coordinator, Wellington Primary Care Partnership
Vinay Parankusham – Department of Health
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Welcome
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Introductions
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Apologies
Karen McLennan, Debbie Mitchell, Dale Reddick, Dawn Martin, Leanne Wishart, Julie Fitt, Linda Curtis,
Brenton Dinsdale
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Confirmation of previous minutes (21st February 2012)
Confirmed: Sheryl McHugh Seconded: Selena Gillham
WHPN Minutes 21 02
12.pdf
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Professional Development Presentation
Sourcing evidence and local data in Gippsland: Presentation by Vinay Parankusham, Department of
Health Regional Office – Public Health, Primary Health and Planning Unit
PowerPoint presentation (embedded) in response to the Wellington health promotion practitioner needs
survey conducted during 2011. Overview of Gippsland Health Online, Health Promotion in Gippsland
and Health Status Atlas provided. Discussion around the Town and Community Profiles 2011 and Local
Government Area Statistical Profile documents. See PowerPoint presentation for links.
Statistical and Health
Wellington
Gippsland Workforce Health Status Atlas
Promotion Resources.ppt
Workforce development
development
results.docx
results.docx
User Guide.pdf
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Project Updates
Sheryl
 Raised some statistical discrepancies in Town and Community Profiles 2011 document
 Application to Transport Innovations fund will include bike education and infrastructure
 Seeding funds can be utilised for proposed bike repair scheme – a number of local schools and
agencies have indicated interest as a social enterprise
Wellington Primary Care Partnership
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Tara
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Victorian Health Promotion Achievement Program has opened for registration from primary
schools and early learning centres
8 different priority areas
13 new settings are involved in Smiles 4 Miles in Wellington – almost all kindergartens are now
participating in the program
Jill
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Janne
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Jenny
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Clare
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Barb
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Currently backfilling for Sale College social worker who is on LS leave
Involved in the Sexual & Reproductive Health Strategy, improving capacity for teachers to deliver
health sessions to students
Advocating for endorsement of HPV vaccine in schools within Wellington Shire
Mentoring program with students from Sale College and Guthridge Primary School which
incorporates bike fixing has been successful
Running monthly support groups and delivering information sessions for consumers
Facilitating the Walk and Talk program
‘Food Matters’ – aimed at chronic disease management health planning
Stress management workshop to be delivered in the future
Recent event held for young mothers with an emphasis on preparing healthy meals and snacks
for children
Dementia Awareness forum to be facilitated in Sale, Yarram and Bairnsdale during July
Alzheimer’s Victoria has funding that can be applied for by support groups
Currently developing local area planning
Next funding round to announced in July 2012
Planning workshop with Anita Thomas postponed until May 22nd
Positive and Productive Meetings workshop on 27th April – registrations are still open
Making Written Information Accessible Workshop will now be held on 6th June
Wellington HP Network Induction resource – available on the WPCP website from the 20th April
and can be added to or changed in future (resources, completed or updated templates,
information regarding annual events)
Other business
The HP Network acknowledged the input and energy of Julie Fitt and Bec Mazengarb who will be
moving on from their previous roles within the Wellington catchment. The network thanked them for
their valued contribution to the partnership and wished them well in the future. Catherine Vassiliou will
be returning from maternity leave and resume her role as Best Start coordinator at UnitingCare
Gippsland.
Next Meeting
Tuesday 19th June 9.30am – 11.30am
Conference Room, Central Gippsland Health Service
Chair – Selena Gillham
Minutes – Barb Radley
Meeting Closed 11.45am
Wellington Primary Care Partnership
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