Why Anticipatory Care?
The Department of health
Who is involved?
The project is a collaboration between the Flinders Island community, Department of Health, UTAS Institute for the Study of Social Change, The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre and the Sax Institute. Whilst I feel you will see some of these people around, you may have already met Susan or Flora, we’ve chosen local people to do the leg work, get out amongst our community and gain a better understanding of what anticipatory care looks like on the Furneaux Islands.
Who We Are
Lead Organisation - FIAAI
Project Manager – Alison Oliver, FIAAI Health Service Manager
Project Support Officer – Fiona Turley, MPC Community Nurse
Consultant – Judy Clark
Advisory Group – reps from the MPC, FIAAI, GP Surgery, School, Council and Visiting Health Service Providers.
The project is expected to run for about a year and consists of 3 phases;
Phase 1 – mapping/data gathering
Phase 2 – reflection and planning
Phase 3 – act and observe.