Community engagement sessions - May, June and July 2023
The National Allergy Council is holding face-to-face sessions across Australia to bring people together to talk about how to improve access to allergy care, especially for people living in rural and remote areas.
We are visiting different cities and regions so we can talk to, and hear ideas from local people, communities, healthcare professionals, hospital and health service staff, primary health networks, governments, health administrators and other interested groups or people.
The topic of the sessions will be:
How do we improve access to quality care for people with allergic disease?
Click here for an Agenda which outlines the topics that will be discussed on the day.
To help us with planning these sessions, there are different registration links for healthcare professionals and people with an allergy, but the sessions held in each location will bring all of these people together.
Healthcare professionalsRegister here if you are a healthcare professional, PHN staff or work in health
People with an allergyRegister here if you have an allergy or care for someone with an allergy
There will be other ways for people to give input into the project if you are not able to attend one of these sessions.
If you are coming along to one of these sessions we would like you to:
- Read the Shared care for allergy project overview which provides background information about this project and the preliminary scoping work and stakeholder consultations that were undertaken in 2019.
- Subscribe to the Shared Care for Allergy Bulletin for information about this project.
- Follow the National Allergy Council on social media (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter)