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Acknowledgement of Country

In the spirit of reconciliation, CheckUP acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.

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Who we are

CheckUP works with partner organisations and health providers to create healthier communities and reduce health inequities through a range of initiatives.

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There are so many ways you can support the work of CheckUP and our vision of better health for the people and communities that need it most.

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News & publications

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CheckUP’s Cultural Safety Patient-Reported Experience Measure (PREMS)

Read more about CheckUP’s Cultural Safety Patient-Reported Experience Measure (PREMS).

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Coordination of Indigenous Eye Health flyer

Download the fact sheet to learn more about the CIEH program.

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CheckUP Workforce Programs Flyer

Download the fact sheet to learn more about CheckUP’s Workforce programs.

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Culturally significant dates flyer

Download the flyer to view culturally significant dates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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Going all OUT for Outreach Micro-credentials

Download the fact sheet to learn more about the Going all OUT for Outreach micro-credentials program.

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Rural Primary Health Service

The aim of the Rural Primary Health Service (RPHS) is to increase effective management of chronic conditions or chronic condition risks in regional and remote communities. This is accomplished by providing additional allied health sessions to eligible patients at no cost.

Objectives

The program’s objectives are to:
• increase the number of people who are effectively managing their chronic condition (or chronic condition risk) in underserviced regional or remote communities.
• increase equitable access to sustainable primary healthcare services in underserviced regional or remote communities

Patient eligibility

People eligible to be referred into the RPHS program must have:
– chronic condition or
– a chronic condition risk.

For people with a chronic condition, a GP will need to refer into the program by determining whether a person is eligible for Chronic Disease Management services. People on a care plan are eligible to receive two additional sessions or unlimited group sessions under the RPHS program. People at risk of a chronic condition are eligible for 2 sessions or unlimited group sessions. The service they access must correspond to the identified risk factor/s.

Download the Rural Primary Health Service (RPHS) fact sheet to learn more about the project.

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Skin Cancer Early Detection Support Services factsheet

Download the factsheet to discover more available services if you are looking for further information or support following your appointment with this Skin Cancer Early Detection service.

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Youth Industry Partnerships for Education and Employment (YIPEE) fact sheet

Download the latest YIPEE fact sheet to learn more about the project.

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Skin Cancer Early Detection Service fact sheet

Download the latest Skin Cancer Early Detection Service fact sheet to learn more about the service.

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Access for All 3D Simulated Training App (Indigenous) fact sheet

Read about CheckUP’s Access for All Program and the 3D Simulated Training App it offers.

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