Publications

  • QAIHC Strategic Plan 2016

    Date posted: 02 August 2016

    This Strategic Plan includes organisational performance indicators aligned to our ve strategic priorities that are focused on driving a sustainable, innovative and responsive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Sector across Queensland.

     

  • Taking action to tackle suicide

    Date posted: 20 November 2015

    The Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) is the state peak body for Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services (AICCHS) in Queensland. In 2013, QAIHC was successful in securing a funding agreement with the then Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) to develop and deliver an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander targeted suicide prevention project, under the Supporting Communities to Reduce the Risk of Suicide (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Component) program.

     

  • QAIHC position paper in response to the national ice taskforce

    Date posted: 20 November 2015

    The purpose of this document is to provide the Queensland Department of Health (QH) (inclusive of Minister Cameron Dick) a representative position paper to support a collaborative approach to the pending National ICE Taskforce interim paper to be released in June 2015.

     

  • Preparing for the National Disability Insurance Scheme

    Date posted: 20 November 2015

    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) represents a major change to the funding and delivery of disability services in Australia. Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) represents a broad base of members delivering health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities in Queensland. The NDIS will have direct impacts on these organisations. The purpose of this strategy document is to explore issues and impacts around the NDIS for disability service provision and to make recommendations to QAIHC and its members about how to best prepare for key changes.

     

  • Data Governance Protocols

    Date posted: 02 September 2015

    This document establishes standards and processes for the secure collection, storage and release of information by QAIHC on behalf of its member services (see Appendix 2 for map of QAIHC member services). These protocols are intended to supplement National and Queensland State policies, protocols and guidelines associated with the management of health information.

     

  • QAIHC’s Health Information Function and Recommendations for QAIHC’s Health Information Strategic Plan 2014/2015

    Date posted: 18 February 2015

    Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services (AICCHSs) and their regional organisations (RAICCHOs) in Queensland will this financial year begin to feel the effects emanating from the major reforms to primary health care initiated by the Australian Government

     

  • QAIHC Sector Smoking Policy

    Date posted: 01 September 2014

    This report documents the work lead by the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) to address tobacco control with member services.

     

  • Core Performance Indicators Version 3 Updated July 2014 Queenslander Aboriginal and Islander Health Council

    Date posted: 01 August 2014

     

  • GIS in Aboriginal Healthcare in Queensland

    Date posted: 31 July 2014

    Access and travel time to Aboriginal and Islander Community Control Health Services (AICCHS) in Queensland.

     

  • QAIHC External Report 3

    Date posted: 30 May 2014

    This is the third external report produced by QAIHC. This report aggregates data submitted by participating ACCHS in Queensland. The report looks at achievements made related to the QAIHC clinical indicators and outlines areas for improvement.

     

  • Hero Rewards Evaluation

    Date posted: 21 November 2013

    The choice is yours campaign for The Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC)

     

  • NACCHO Healthy Futures 10 point plan 2013-2030

    Date posted: 23 September 2013

    Investing in Healthy Futures for generational change.

     

  • NACCHO AIHW Healthy for Life Report Card

    Date posted: 23 September 2013

    Healthy for Life (HfL) is the first Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH)–funded program with a strong focus on continuous quality improvement (CQI). It collects and reports on health outcome data that go beyond service activity reporting.

     

  • A Blueprint for Aboriginal Male Healthy Futures

    Date posted: 23 September 2013

    The NACCHO 10-Point Blueprint is based on a robust body of work that includes the Close the Gap Statement of Intent and the Close the Gap targets, the National Framework for the Improvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Health (2002), NACCHO’s position paper on Aboriginal male health (2010) the 2013 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan (NATSIHP,and the NACCHO Healthy futures 10 point plan 2013-2030.

     

  • National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2013- 2023

    Date posted: 19 September 2013

    The Australian Government is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians through Closing the Gap in health outcomes with the wider Australian population.

     

  • QAIHC External Report 2

    Date posted: 12 September 2013

    Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services Clinical Excellence (ACE Program) August 2013

     

  • Good Quick Tukka - Facilitator Manual

    Date posted: 21 August 2012

    This manual was developed for the Good Quick Tukka Program created by the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) in consultation with 13 Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services.

     

  • Making Links for Healthy Places

    Date posted: 25 November 2011

     

  • A Blueprint for Aboriginal and Islander Health Reform in Queensland

    Date posted: 28 October 2011

    The 'Blueprint', developed by Indigenous Queenslanders for Indigenous Queenslanders, is QAIHC's vision for a health care system that achieves high quality access, care and outcomes for all Queenslanders and closes the health gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islnader people, regardless of where they live and what health services they use.

     

  • QAIHC Catering Guidelines Implementation Plan

    Date posted: 24 October 2011

     

  • QAIHC Catering Guidelines

    Date posted: 24 October 2011

     

  • Closing the Gap Collaborative

    Date posted: 24 October 2011

     

  • Preventative Health Unit Strategic Plan 2010 - 2013

    Date posted: 03 October 2011

     

  • QAIHC Strategic Plan 2010-2013

    Date posted: 27 April 2011

     

 

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