Adelaide PHN conducts consultations to better understand the health needs of the Adelaide region.
Reports from all our consultations - be those with community, general practice, or other primary health care stakeholders - can be found on this page.
Our first GP round table workshop was held in November 2018. GPs working in the Adelaide region came together to discuss how Adelaide PHN can support general practice and how we can enhance the relationship between primary, acute and tertiary care. The workshop followed the Enzyme methodology, and a summary report detailing the findings of the workshop is linked below. Following the success of this workshop, we will be holding similar workshops in the 2019 year.
Download the Consultation Report.
A workshop was held where 50 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members came together to explore ways in which Adelaide PHN can meaningfully engage with the community, understand health and service needs and the issues which impact on them.
Download the Summary Report.
Adelaide PHN held three workshops with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in the northern, western and southern regions of Adelaide, to explore issues and opportunities related to the provision of culturally appropriate primary health care services. This report provides an overview of the main findings and also outlines our role to:
Adelaide PHN undertook a consultation process regarding primary health care access for refugees and new arrivals.
Download the Consultation and Workshop Summary Report
Adelaide PHN facilitated a broad range of consultations activities early in 2016 to discuss Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs (MH&AOD) reform, and encourage wide participation from community members and local providers. Consultation activities included three public forums (engaging 320 service providers and community members), an online consultation via a purpose built platform, and a series of surveys, workshops (involving 210 people).