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Aboriginal Chronic Conditions Network, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation

 

Description

The Aboriginal Chronic Conditions Network (ACCN), formed in 2017, works to improve the experience and delivery of healthcare for Aboriginal people with chronic conditions in New South Wales (NSW). The ACCN guides and supports the process of evidence-based reform in health services by developing, promoting and implementing new initiatives, frameworks and models of care.

The ACCN is a clinical network of the NSW Agency of Clinical Innovation (ACI). The ACI works with clinicians, consumers and managers to design and promote better healthcare for NSW. It does this through service redesign and evaluation, specialist advice on healthcare innovation, initiatives including guidelines and models of care, implementation support, and continuous capability building.

ACI clinical networks are open to clinicians, consumers and managers who volunteer their experience, interest and passion to improve healthcare. The Aboriginal Chronic Conditions Network welcomes members from across NSW with an interest or expertise in Aboriginal health, particularly chronic conditions.

Contacts

Kiel Hennessey
Manager
Chronic Care for Aboriginal People
NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation
Ph: (02) 9464 4686
Mobile: 0427 058 834
Email: kiel.hennessey@health.nsw.gov.au

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Last updated: 9 August 2017
 
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