Primary Care Partnership (PCP) Program Logic 2013-17

The Primary Care Partnership (PCP) Program Logic 2013-17 has been developed to guide PCP activity over the next four years in a more integrated way to reflect system complexity and best practice.

The Program Logic aims to strengthen collaboration and integration across sectors by 2017 in order to:

  • maximise health and wellbeing outcomes
  • promote health equity
  • avoid unnecessary hospital presentations and admissions.

PCP action from 2013 to 2017 will cover the three integral domains of early intervention and integrated care, consumer and community empowerment, and prevention. Strategies, accountability indicators and enablers are detailed in the Program Logic to guide activity under each of the three domains.

This work will necessarily involve a range of key stakeholders including government, Medicare locals, local communities and the health and human services sector.

PCP Program Logic 2013-17

WPCP Strategic Plan

An overview of the WPCP Strategic Plan is available here  Strategic Plan Poster – Sept 2017

 

Wellington PCP Integrated Health Promotion Evaluation Plan 2013-2017

This document combines the evaluation plans of Central Gippsland Health Service, Yarram and District Health Service and Wellington Primary Care Partnership, for the planning period 2013-2017: WPCP IHP Evaluation Plan 2013-2017 v. 1.0

Integrated Health Promotion Interim Catchment Plan Progress Report 2012-2013

Appendices to the IHP progress report:

Evaluation Reports and Case Studies

 

Department of Health

Victorian Public Health and Wellbeing Plan

The vision of the Victorian public health and wellbeing plan 2015-2019 is for a Victoria free of the avoidable burden of disease and injury so that all Victorians can enjoy the highest attainable standards of health and wellbeing at every age.

The Victorian public health and wellbeing plan 2015-2019 outlines the government’s key priorities over the next four years to improve the health and wellbeing of all Victorians, particularly the most disadvantaged.

As many chronic disease and injuries are preventable, the plan focuses on encouraging healthy living from the early years and all throughout life.

The health and wellbeing priorities for 2015-2019 are:

  • Healthier eating and active living
  • Tobacco free living
  • Reducing harmful alcohol and drug use
  • Improving mental health
  • Preventing violence and injury
  • Improving sexual and reproductive health

The plan also identifies the importance of looking after the environment and addressing climate change and its impacts on health and wellbeing.

Victorian Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2015 – 2019

 

Planning for a Healthier Wellington

Wellington Shire Councillors, Council staff, community members, the Wellington Primary Care Partnership and other health funded agencies have prepared the Wellington Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan, Healthy Wellington 2013-17.

The priority areas selected for the plan are as follows:

  • Mental Health and Wellbeing – Improving social inclusion and social connection
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing – Freedom from violence
  • Healthy Eating
  • Physical Activity

The Wellington Shire Council’s plans, including The Wellington Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan, Healthy Wellington 2013-17 are available at  Council Strategies and Plans.