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Building a Consumers Health Voice in Tasmania


Consumer and Community Engagement Council

Hospitals South, Tasmanian Health Service

Public Consultation – Review of the Criminal history registration standard

Taken from: Medical Board of Australia - Current Consultations The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency…

Public Consultation on Draft revised registration standard – specialist registration

The Medical Board of Australia’s (the Board) Registration standard: specialist registration is being reviewed and…

Do you have type 2 diabetes and live in rural Tasmania?

A message from Dr Jo at the Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes: Dear…
Careers with Us

Board Director – Expressions of Interest

Exciting opportunity to be contribute to the work of Tasmania’s peak health consumer organisation that…
Central Coast

Community garden would bloom ‘vibrant, friendly space’ for West Ulverstone

Published in The Advocate, Sunday 19 May 2024 By Sarah Fittock The West Ulverstone community…
News and Resources

Free training in Health Consumer Representation and Engagement 

Health Consumers Tasmania provides free 3-hour training sessions for patients, carers, community members and health…
HCT in the News

Doctors looking for more in Budget

Click the link below to hear HCT CEO Ellen MacDonald representing Tasmanian Health Consumers in…


What is happening in the Tasman Voice for Health so far?

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Huon Valley

What is happening in the Huon Valley Health and Wellbeing Network (HWN) so far?

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What is happening in the Dorset Health and Wellbeing Network (HWN) so far?

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Central Coast

Central Coast Voice for Health
CCVH is community group consisting of 5 local members established to coordinate placed based initiatives and investment in local health priorities.

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Strengthening and empowering the community and consumer voice is important.

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We are hearing what you all are saying and what you would like us, in partnership with your communities, to be advocating across Tasmania.

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How We Work

Committing to Values-Driven Work through Integrity of Process

Championing Lived Experience as Expertise

Prioritising Relationships

Being Creative and Nimble

Valuing Inclusion and Accessibility

Aspiring to Justice and Equity

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