Have your voice heard on health matters in Logan

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The Brisbane South Public Health Network is calling on the Logan Community to share their opinion on health matters in the region.

The consultation is part of a process to set the future priorities of the Network, taking into account personal experiences and opinions of the community. The focus of the process is “our people, our place” and it needs your voice to succeed!

Feedback will be taken over the coming months and then matched with data to give a more complete picture of the health priorities of our region. These priorities will then help determine the health needs assessment for the coming year so it’s crucial your voice is heard.

It’s a great chance for all members of the Logan community to have their voices heard on health matters including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, mental health and wellbeing, health challenges faced by homeless people, family health and LBGBTIQ health needs.

For more information on the consultation process or to take part click here. If you wish to be kept up to date on the process, register with the Network here.

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