Eat Walk Engage is a state-wide delirium prevention program available on two wards at The Prince Charles Hospital. The program focuses on improving the mobility, cognitive engagement and nutrition and hydration of patients as a way of preventing delirium.
The team at Community and Oral Health have developed a new approach to partnering with the LGBTIQ+ community. This project started from an observation that services needed to be more welcoming and supportive of LGBTIQ+ consumers. A co-design approach was implemented and a working group was established.
The Metro North Board Community Engagement Forum connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, consumers and community partners with Metro North Health Board and Executive to assess readiness and progress authentic co-design of the Health Equity Strategy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Over the last five years, the RBWH Emergency and Trauma Centre (ETC) has seen a 33% increase in annual presentations by people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (to almost 4000 per year).