Issue 2
January 25, 2017
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Sun rising on new initiative to reduce alcohol consumption

With excessive alcohol consumption affecting approximately 132,000 people across western Sydney, this week’s edition comes at an opportune time to promote a new alcohol initiative - Daybreak.

Commissioned by the Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN) to increase treatment options for those experiencing mild to moderate alcohol issues, Daybreak, developed by Hello Sunday Morning, is a smartphone app that enables patients to access a support network and trained coaches to help them reduce their alcohol intake.

Currently, demand for mild to moderate alcohol treatment is two to three times the available supply. As an online solution, Daybreak has no waitlists and patients can begin receiving support as soon as the app is downloaded.

Daybreak is available at no cost to patients who receive a referral code from their GP. Throughout February local practices across the region will be receiving information packs containing further details and promotional items.

To learn more about Daybreak, contact the WentWest helpdesk on (02) 8811 7117 or visit www.daybreakapp.io

Daybreak is a new free app to support individuals concerned with their alcohol consumption.

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Mount Druitt: Prostate Cancer Screening & Management
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Cultural Awareness Training
Thursday 16th Feb, 6:30pm - 9:00pm
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Health Alert: Mycobacterium Chimaera & Heater-Cooler Devices

NSW Health has released information for NSW GPs about a case of M. chimaera infection related to contaminated heater-cooler units reported in NSW. Click here for more information.

NSW Ministry of Health Policy and Guidelines

The NSW Ministry of Health has published a number of policy documents and guidelines about Maternity - Maternal Group B Streptococcus (GBS) and minimisation of neonatal early-onset GBS sepsis. Click here for more information.

Healthy Western Sydney Patient Education Website

Available to patients and the broader community is the Healthy Western Sydney website, offering access to a range of reputable, evidence-based and quality health resources. To find out more about Healthy Western Sydney visit healthywesternsydney.org.au or email healthpathways@wentwest.com.au. For interested practices Healthy Western Sydney can also be added to a practice website.

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