The online magazine of CQ Rural Health
Our Wheel of Wellbeing Coordinator, Angie Horchner, is working hard to build up the Wheel of Wellbeing Hub in the Banana Shire. The Wheel of Wellbeing is a framework, informed by international research and positive psychology, which can assist you to increase your...
Over the weekend, members of the Banana Shire community came together to learn how to have life saving conversations with someone who may be contemplating suicide. It was a CALM one-day workshop delivered by CQRH’s Project Officer, Deirdre Fagan-Pagliano, and Jillian...
Congratulations to this year's winners of the CQRH Scholarship for Rural Health: Jane Surman, Imogen Storey, Alexander Belonogoff, Jacob Firth, and Samuel Romagnolo. The CQRH Scholarship for Rural Health began in 2016 and to date the organisation has invested over...
Brightly dressed heroes hope to give headspace in Emerald the green light! The communities of the Central Highlands have come together to campaign for a headspace centre in Emerald. A headspace centre would offer young people, who often fall through the cracks, vital...
Fourteen residents from across Banana Shire recently attended a course to become a trainer of a one day Australian Suicide prevention intervention program. Central Queensland Rural Health Chief Executive officer Sandra Corfield said the three day course will teach...
Articles from around the internet
Cloncurry residents are enjoying greater access to essential health services, with expanded facilities at Flinders Medical Centre now open for business.
If you’re a little unclear who can access a patient’s My Health Record, you’re in good company.
Victoria’s mental health royal commission hears thousands of patients are falling through the gap between primary and specialist services
But an easy fix would be to set up early intervention models for bipolar disorder: psychiatrist
I once saw 105 patients in the one day – but my efforts did not display anything resembling quality medicine, admits medicolegal expert Dr Craig Lilienthal.
Even if our heads tell us feeling guilt over a patient is unreasonable, unwarranted or arrogant, our hearts still struggle
We can’t be bystanders when it comes to calling out click bait and fake news, writes Dr Jill Tomlinson in response to Nikki Gemmell’s slur on male obstetricians.
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