Wednesday 30 November – Disability Action Week
The final event of 2022 was held during Disability Action Week, discussing accessibility, inclusion, and workforce diversity.
- Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM
- Tony Burns OAM, General Manager Employment, Multicap | Download slides
- Sandi Rodiger, Manager, Living Well, Epilepsy Queensland | Download slides
- Huy Nguyen, CEO and Founder of Enabler Interactive | Download slides
- Amanda Frier, Access for All Manager at CheckUP | Download slides
- Brad Tyley, Business Development Manager, HESTA.
Wednesday 31 August – Creating mentally healthy communities
Mental health and wellbeing was the focus of CheckUP’s third Queensland Primary Health Care Network (QPHCN) event of the year.
- Ivan Frkovic, Queensland Mental Health Commissioner – Opening address | Watch video
- Kingsley Bedwell, Chief Executive of Richmond Fellowship Queensland (RFQ) andAlex Couley, Chief Leadership Officer of RFQ – Brief interventions
- Megan Keily, Principal Advisor, Registered Psychologist, Psychological Health Unit, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland – WHSQ Psychological Health Unit update | Download slides
- Toniele Williams, Service Manager, Accoras – Update from Accoras | Download slides
- Rachel Green, CEO, SANE – SANE – Free Digital & Telehealth Complex Mental Health Support | Download slides
- Lisa Maynard, Marketing and Communications Manager, CheckUP – Queensland Mental Health Week | Download slides
Wednesday 1 June – National Reconciliation Week
The National Reconciliation Week theme for 2022, ‘Be Brave. Make Change,’ is a challenge to all Australians – individuals, families, communities, organisations and government – to be brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can make change for the benefit of all Australians. CheckUP’s Queensland Primary Health Care (QPHCN ) event explored how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. Attendees heard from guest speakers on the work their organisations are undertaking in relation to reconciliation.
- CheckUP Board Director Kieran Chilcott who is the CEO of Kalwun Development Corporation Ltd
- Haylene Grogan, Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer and Deputy Director-General, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Division at Queensland Health
- Erin Lang, CEO of Reconciliation Queensland
- CheckUP CEO Ann Maree Liddy
- Brad Tyley, Business Development Manager – QLD, HESTA.
Wednesday 17 March – Focus on Skills and Training to Grow the Future Health Workforce
- Haylene Grogan, Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer and Deputy Director-General, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health | Download slides
- Gavin Leckenby, Department of Education, Small Business and Training | Download slides
- Tammy Denniss, Department of Education, Skills and Employment | Download slides
- Amanda Hammer, Queensland Health and CheckUP | Download slides
Also discussed during the webinar was the 2022 Close the Gap Report.