CERSH coordinates a number of networks and working parties for rural workers to engage and connect with. All of these initiatives have been developed in response to identified needs and continue to evolve based on needs of attendees. If you are interested in reading more about our activities through regular updates from CERSH, please subscribe to our newsletter.
Networks & Working Parties
Clinical Network for Abortion & Contraception Care
This network is open to practitioners involved in the provision of abortion and contraception care. Meetings are held via videoconference and relate to the clinical care and pathways for women experiencing unintended pregnancy and abortion in Victoria.
Communities of Practice
There are five communities of practice (CoP) established in rural/regional Victoria. Workers in the clinical, health promotion, education, youth and related fields are welcome to attend network meetings in their local area. Meeting topics are based on identified needs and directed by CoP attendees.
SHOUT Working Party
This working party is open to members of the youth/community sector and aims increase workers capacity to support the sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing of young people and establish stronger links with local organisations working in sexual and reproductive health.