In order to shift complex health and social issues we need to work in collaboration and share knowledge, expertise and resources. Acknowledging this, DHHS have advised that health promotion funded agencies and local government need to align effort by identifying regional priorities where possible.
We worked with our prevention partners and other relevant stakeholders to increase organisational and system readiness to adopt social inclusion as a shared prevention priority across the west and inner north catchment.
INW PCP Social Inclusion Measurement Project
In 2018, INW PCP Prevention Alliance identified monitoring and evaluation of social inclusion activity as a key priority for collaborative work. In response, INW PCP commissioned Trezona Consulting Group to undertake the Social Inclusion Measurement Project. This used a co-design approach to develop a set of core indicators and measures for monitoring and evaluating social inclusion practice by INW PCP and HealthWest partner agencies across nine local government areas.
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