Our guiding documents
Would your organisation like to collaborate? If so, please view our:
- Upper Hume Healthy Eating and Active Living CatchmentPlan
- Foot Health in the Upper Hume Catchment: A review of the system for foot care
- Guidelines for selecting health apps—including MARS Scale
- Ovens Murray Chronic Care Steering Committee—The steering committee has been looking at demand management through a systems change approach, and has reviewed a variety of frameworks and approaches relating to this.
- Dr Kathleen Brasher’s presentation, ‘Reviewing Demand Management through the lens of the 4Ms framework’, looks at the 4Ms Framework, and how it influences Demand Management at a systems level. To view a recording of this 13-minute presentation, click here (MP4 file).
- To view Brydie Donnelly’s presentation, ‘Setting the scene—a systems approach to demand management’, click here (MP4 file).
- An Age-Friendly Approach to Disaster Recovery—Drawing on national and international research and policy to describe the strengths and vulnerabilities older people bring to their communities in disaster recovery, this report proposes actions that can be incorporated into recovery plans and actions—with the potential for these actions to mitigate the negative individual health and wellbeing impacts and deepen community resilience (Age-Friendly Northeast Victoria and Dr Kathleen Brasher)
- Liveability with an Age-Friendly Lens in rural Victoria—Linking Liveability Indicators and Age Friendly principles across the Shires of Indigo and Towong (Dr Melanie Davern and Dr Kathleen Brasher)
Women and disaster resources
- Women and Disaster—Women and Disaster: Snapshot 1, Women’s Health Goulburn North East (2012).
- Checklists to keep women and children safe after natural disasters—Women and Disaster: Snapshot 4, Women’s Health Goulburn North East (2012).
- 1800RESPECT Violence and Disaster video (45 seconds)
- Respect older people: call it out campaign—Respect Victoria has joined the fight against elder abuse by launching a family violence prevention campaign demonstrating that elder abuse is everybody’s business—download media release.