"The One State, One Health System, Better Outcomes is a laudable reform program and NMAT welcomes the opportunity to respond to the White Paper Exposure Draft in order to provide information and a view from the perspective of people living with chronic progressive muscular or neurological conditions in Tasmania.
We recognise that this Paper's focus is the four major hospitals and we look forward to a subsequent consultative process concerning the vital under-resourced, fragmented and less researched community/primary health services outside acute inpatient care."
Neurological Alliance Tasmania made a submission to the Tasmanian Legislative Council Inquiry on Acute Halth Services in Tasmania.READ MORE
The goals of public awareness campaigns are manifold, among them disease prevention, improving access to and uptake of treatments, tackling stigma and discrimination, and promoting research.READ MORE
The inequity that exists in neurology services across the state, and the impact on people’s lives as a result of that inequity, is an issue Neurological Alliance Tasmania (NAT) has been highlighting to successive Governments for some time.READ MORE