The VIC PCP Online Health Literacy Course has recently been evaluated. The report is available here.

Australia's health 2018 is the AIHW’s 16th biennial report on the health of Australians.

The tooth hurts: New campaign reveals thirsty young Aussies are sipping themselves towards horror smiles.

The G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar is re-framing its structure in 2019 to better incorporate the Primary Care Partnership and G21 Pillar responsibilities. To find out more about this change, please view the attached document.

The City of Greater Geelong’s Women in Community Life Advisory Committee are pleased to announce the categories for the 2019 Women in Community Life Awards.

Interested in what made the finals? Looking for inspiration?

WHWBSW are pleased to announce the appointment of Emma Mahony to the position of Chief Executive Officer. 

The new Movements Matter campaign launched this month encourages expectant mothers to get to know their baby’s movements, and to immediately speak up if they notice any change.

The University of Melbourne has developed Identifying and Responding to Family Violence, a short online course aimed at busy health professionals.

On Thursday 13 December 2018, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Immigration David Coleman announced a review into settlement outcomes for humanitarian entrants.

VCOSS has released its Poverty Atlas Map.

VicHealth invites local councils across Victoria to apply for a Gender Equality Through the Arts project grant, to raise awareness of and promote gender equality. 

New data set released by socialstatistics.com gives an overview of the Quality of Life levels in the region.

Geelong Community Foundation grants are provided annually to fund projects and programs for the benefit of the broader Geelong community. 

The Healthy Living Forum was held on the 28th November 2018. To read more about how the day went, click here.

The latest update for the Health and Wellbeing Pillar's activity.

Find out about the breastfeeding data for our region.

The Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health (CEH) 4-day Health Literacy Course can help you make it easier for consumers to find, understand and use information about your services.

Social Statistics has released a new data tool presenting information about carers in each Victorian municipality.

Libby Mears, CEO of Leisure Networks and former Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Executive, has been acknowledged for her contribution.

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