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December 2019
Inner East PCP Updates
Executive Officer's Report
It seems like only yesterday that IEPCP celebrated Christmas lunch at the fabulous Charcoal Lane in Fitzroy, enjoying indigenous flavours and sumptuous servings – fast forward through seemingly endless fires around the nation – and here we are in February already
Inner East PCP Partnership Evaluation
Through this survey, we are seeking our partner's feedback on the effectiveness of our work using the indicators chosen by partners. IEPCP Partnership Evaluation Survey
To help inform your answers you can read more about the work of the IEPCP in 2019 in our Highlights report.
Coffee with...


The IEPCP welcomes Bonnie Coogan to the team as she undertakes a secondment as Primary Prevention Coordinator
'there is so much enthusiasm and passion in the region, as well a strong commitment to working together'

National and Regional News
Family Violence Workforce survey extended until February 28
The 2019 census will survey people across the range of workforces that play a role in preventing, identifying and responding to family violence to better understand the nature of these workforces. This includes workers across a wide range of workforces that come into contact with, or provide support or assistance in family violence, even if it is not the main focus or function of their role - The FV workforce survey.
Victorian Volunteer Strategy Consultation
There is still time to have your say on the future of volunteering. If you have been a volunteer, or have been helped by a volunteer, or work with volunteers, or even if you would simply like to be a volunteer one day, please take the time to fill in this quick survey.
Bushfire Support and Information
Hume Whittlesea PCP have developed a package of resources for anyone supporting communities through bushfire recovery.
For further information about bushfire smoke see:
The Centre for Air Pollution, Energy & Health Research
Better Health Channel
For further information about mental health see: Psychology for a Safe Climate
Life in Mind
VicHealth Partnership Grants: Healthier Masculinities
The Healthier Masculinities Partnership Grant will support local government in partnership with relevant organisations to develop, trial and evaluate initiatives that seek to propel health and wellbeing outcomes in Victoria.
Projects funded will help build the evidence base about what types of programs can help engage men and boys in gender equality, and transform harmful gender stereotypes, masculinities and negative social norms, attitudes and behaviours. Closes 24th February
Women in Rotary: International Women's Day Breakfast in Box Hill
Actor Samuel Johnson together with expert speakers and MC will ensure that breakfasters are challenged, charmed and entertained! It will be a fun event with a delicious breakfast, lots of friendly banter and the ever-popular raffle. Book your tickets here.
Peer Workforce Guidelines: National Online Survey
The National Mental Health Commission have launched a national online survey to help inform the initial draft of the Peer Workforce Development Guidelines. Anyone who works in the mental health sector is invited to complete the survey.
Open until 31 March 2020.
Positions vacant: Principal Strategic Advisor for the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Family Violence Partnership
The Principal Strategic Advisor (PSA) to the RFVP is a key leadership role within the whole of Government family violence system reform. Apply here.
Must Reads

Gender Equity and PVAW

Healthy Eating

Cancer Council: Obesity Evidence Hub

Alcohol Harm Minimisation

Healthy Ageing

Dementia Friendly case study: Japan's restaurant of mistaken orders
Eastern Community Legal Centre: OPERA Older People, Equity, Respect & Ageing

Social Inclusion and Mental Health

Health Literacy

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