Melbourne’s Inner North Health & Medicine NetworkJason Lee2019-10-01T14:52:40+10:00
Looking for ways to really help your patients with chronic disease?
COME AND MEET LOCAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WHO CAN HELP YOU GET BETTER OUTCOMES FOR YOUR MOST CHALLENGING PATIENTS AT OUR INNER NORTH ALLIED HEALTH AND MEDICINE NETWORKING NIGHT
Chronic disease management is a team sport. We all need a trusted, local referral network who have the time and resources to help patients build the health literacy and self-efficacy needed to create lasting positive change. Discover how our collective allied health network can utilise physical and exercise therapy practices to improve your patient outcomes.
This evening’s talking point will focus on the use of Dietary therapies to reduce the burden of chronic disease & disability and we are very excited to be hosting the lovely Maree Brinkman from Nutrition Biomed. Maree is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with years of research, and private practice experience. She holds a Master’s degree in Dietetics and a PhD in Nutritional Epidemiology and she will be joining us to share her expertise in the area.
THE EVENINGS’ TALKING POINT:
Evidence and efficacy of dietary therapies to reduce the burden of chronic disease & disability.
Melbourne Osteohealth is a multidisciplinary Allied heath practice that aims to improve the health of our community and like you, we know that the best way to do that is to build a multidisciplinary team that promotes health literacy, self-efficacy and engagement in positive health behaviours.
But we understand the complexities of chronic disease management and multidisciplinary care delivery and the bottom line is that we can’t all be in one practice, let alone in one consult room. We’re often spread out over many clinics and even when we’re in the same practice we’re locked away in consult rooms so we’re working to develop a regular event that allows us to come together, educate one another and build team care relationships that deliver on our vision for better care and better health for our community.