Clinical Prevention

Bridging the gap between health promotion and clinical healthcare

Clinical Prevention

Health and Wellbeing Queensland (HWQld) is leading a new Clinical Prevention agenda to take pressure off the health system, spanning primary, secondary and tertiary prevention. Clinical Prevention is a new term created by HWQld to describe a systems approach to integrating and embedding prevention into the health system. This will include development of a Queensland Clinical Prevention Strategy which will include:

  • First 2000 days action plan
  • Interprofessional Clinical Prevention Training Program
  • Prevention Program Portal
  • Research and Measuring Change Framework

Promoting clinical prevention across the life course

HWQld's Clinical Prevention agenda takes a life-course approach to improve health and wellbeing and prevent chronic disease. Targeted actions at critical stages of life can prevent or reduce the impact of chronic disease and influence the health outcomes of the future generations.

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Last updated 6 September 2022