HealthPathways Reaches 200!
Pictured: Dr Nathalie Vo, Jackie Janosi, Nick Rosser, Dr Jess Bedford, Dr Louise McDonnell, Dr Cheryl Ou Yong, Dr Kate Brunton, Dr Alex Williams and Dr Anita Sharma. Absent: Dr Hany Gayed, Dr Mitch Squire and Dr Trudie Rombola
In March, more than three months ahead of schedule, our HealthPathways program reached the important milestone of 200 localised pathways across nearly 30 clinical areas.
Since our region's launch of the tool in November 2017, over 30,000 pathways have been viewed by over 2,000 active users, with these numbers growing daily. New localised pathways are being added every week and with over 250 pathways due for completion by June and over 300 by the end of the year. HealthPathways is gaining a reputation for being an integral tool for GPs in our region.
Thank you to the dedicated HealthPathways team (made up of PHN and Local Health District staff and our GP clinical editors) who have worked collaboratively to make this important milestone possible.
Mobile-Friendly HealthPathways launched in January!
Our new mobile-friendly version of HealthPathways has launched! With a new look and feel, and identical clinical content, this new site makes HealthPathways easier to use on your phone, tablet or desktop. Whether you’re in your practice, out in the community or in a hospital environment, HealthPathways is now more easily accessible, no matter where you are.
There will be no changes to how you currently access HealthPathways:
- Your normal login details or access method will remain the same, but you will need to log in again, due to the change in domain names.
- Your existing bookmarks and links to the site will continue to work, but you will be redirected to the new domain - https://nbm.communityhealthpathways.org/
If you have any questions or feedback regarding this new site, or if you require a username and password, contact the HealthPathways Team.
Birth after caesarean section
Not sure which women may be able to trial a vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC) or don't have all the information on risks and benefits? This pathway provides users with up-to-date clinical guidelines and both patient and health professional resources to help women understand their options.
Refugee counselling and services
Contact details and websites for refugee services, covering support groups, settlement, trauma, mental health and addiction in all four Local Government Areas.
Other new pathways include:
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