Youth Health Policy Community Conversations

YouthHealthPolicyReport180418The Child and Youth Health Network, WA Department of Health developed the WA Youth Health Policy 2018 – 2023 (the Policy) in consultation with the young people across the state.

Throughout September and October 2017, community conversations were held across metropolitan, regional and rural WA. Young people aged 13 to 24 from a range of priority populations highlighted in the draft Policy were invited to participate in these community conversations. 

122 young people attended the community conversations to express their views and perspectives and have a say about what is important to them about youth health and wellbeing. Feedback from the community conversations was themed into the following seven key themes:

  • Youth focused approach
  • Access
  • Service delivery
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Education
  • Health information and promotion
  • Technology

Find out more about the themes in the WA Youth Health Policy Report on Community Conversations.

You can find the WA Youth Health Policy here


Public consultation on My Health Record systems data

Public consultation on My Health Record systems data. A live Consumers Health Forum Webinar will be held on Thursday November 16 from 12.30pm-13:30pm AEDT, hosted by the Consumers Health Forum. The webinar will introduce the consultation process and provide for consumer and community input via live questions.

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Welcome to our Consumer Advocates

We are pleased to welcome three new Consumer Advocates, Ben Horgan, Briony Williams and Tanya Jones.

The Advocates are currently undertaking induction and training for their new roles and will commence working at UWA, Telethon Kids Institute, Princess Margaret Hospital, Harry Perkins Institute, Curtin University and Edith Cowan University over the next few weeks.