Health promotion, social media consulting

Posts Tagged government

eHealth Queensland Expo 2016 recap

By Claire Condon   The first Queensland Health eHealth expo (held on 2nd June 2016) brought together a range of people working in the health and technology sectors to “foster collaboration, promote industry engagement and discuss opportunities & challenges in digital health”.   The expo was put together by eHealth Queensland and emceed by futurist Chris Riddell who spoke about the increased velocity of change we are currently experiencing. We are now seeing technologies and innovations that would not have been thought possible only a decade ago, and the speed of change & technological innovations is only going to increase.  

Keep reading

Considering health equity and the digital revolution in practice (guest blog)

Guest post by Rachel Katterl Rachel Katterl is the Coordinator of Pozhet: The Heterosexual HIV Service in New South Wales and the Manager of the Women’s Health Service in the Sydney Local Health District. She has worked in public health for ten years in research, consultancy, policy development and frontline service delivery. She has a special interest in communicable disease, health equity and the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Not that long ago, government health services were closed to the idea of ‘going online’.  We’re now increasingly seeing an acceptance of government to use online platforms,

Keep reading
Subscribe now for the latest on health promotion and technology