Southern Grampians Glenelg Primary Care Partnership Trial
In May 2019 an enthusiastic group of SGGPCP Partners and Stakeholders came together to share their diverse knowledge and experience in a workshop to understand the impacts of climate change on the health and wellbeing of our community. Using Group Model Building (techniques introduced to SGGPCP by the Global Obesity Centre at Deakin University (GLOBE), the group created a map that represented the connections between the factors they identified resulting from climate change that impact health and wellbeing. To view an overview of the trial workshops:

SGGPCP PCP4CR Report

Enliven
In October 2019 an enthusiastic group of enliven Partners and Stakeholders came together in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne to share their diverse knowledge and experience in a workshop to understand the enablers and barriers that affect them meeting their diverse communities’ cultural and communication needs when addressing the impacts of climate change. Using Group Model Building the group created a map that represented the connections between the factors they identified.

Eliven