Health and Wellbeing Queensland is leading the development of a Clinical Prevention Framework designed to support prevention efforts across the health system. Feedback on the draft framework is now being sought.
What is clinical prevention?
Clinical prevention bridges the gap between health promotion and treatment of disease through a coordinated approach to prevention, timely identification and early intervention of chronic disease.
How will my views help?
The draft Clinical Prevention Framework (PDF, 509KB) has been designed to provide direction for a consolidated and coordinated approach to effective prevention, timely identification and early intervention of chronic diseases. The framework outlines the principles and system building blocks for a health and community ecosystem that fosters overall health and wellbeing for Queenslanders.
Who should take part?
We are seeking feedback from healthcare leaders, experienced clinicians, researchers and universities, community service organisations and consumers.
To get involved, simply complete the consultation survey.
The survey takes about 15-30 minutes to complete.
The survey closes 5pm, Friday 1 December 2023.
To ensure integrity and rigor to this consultation approach and enable shared learnings, we have applied research methodologies into this engagement process. Ethics approval from UQ has been granted (2023/HE001787).
For further information, please the Health and Wellbeing Queensland Clinical Prevention team via email@example.com.