Council of Australian Governments’ Meeting – COAG Communique 30 April 2009

Posted on May 1, 2009. Filed under: Child Health / Paediatrics, Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: , , |

Council of Australian Governments’ Meeting COAG Communique 30 April 2009

The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) held its 26th meeting in Hobart today. The Prime Minister, Premiers, Chief Ministers and the President of the Australian Local Government Association were joined for the meeting by Commonwealth, State and the Australian Capital Territory Treasurers and the Commonwealth Parliamentary Secretary for Government Service Delivery.
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In light of the recent Victorian bushfires and Queensland floods, COAG resolved to re-examine Australia’s arrangements for managing national disasters and has agreed to take immediate steps to enhance these arrangements through, inter alia, the development of a telephone-based emergency warning system.  ….

One of the attachments:
Child Protection Framework – PDF 363KB

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(UK) The coronary heart disease national service framework: building on excellence, maintaining progress: progress report for 2008

Posted on April 17, 2009. Filed under: Cardiol / Cardiothor Surg | Tags: |

(UK) The coronary heart disease national service framework: building on excellence, maintaining progress: progress report for 2008

This report details the progress which has been made in implementing the Coronary Heart Disease National Service Framework in the eight years since its publication.

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Be active, be healthy: a plan for getting the nation moving – UK Dept of Health 19 February 2009

Posted on April 9, 2009. Filed under: Public Hlth & Hlth Promotion | Tags: , |

This publication establishes a new framework for the delivery of physical activity alongside sport for the period leading up to the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games and beyond. Programmes outlined in the plan will contribute to the government’s ambition of getting 2 million more people active by 2012 and have been designed to leave a lasting legacy from the Games. The report also sets out new ideas for local authorities and PCTs to help determine and respond to the needs of their local populations as well delivering overall cost savings.

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