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A report by the Chronic Illness Alliance September 2013

Welcome to our new program 

Ageing Well: Maintaining health as we age

This on-line course was developed in partnership with National Ageing Research Institute and U3A On-Line. It allows you to assess your healthy activities and find relevant resources if you need them. 

Developed with funding from Dept of Industry, Canberra


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  • what are my treatment options (including doing nothing)?
  • what are the benefits and harms of each option?
  • and how likely are these benefits or harms?



Frank Fisher

An ebook compilation of essays, poems, photos, cartoons and sketches by family, friends, colleagues and graduates of Professor Frank Fisher.

Cost: pay as you can. Download freely here, and if you enjoy the read or are otherwise inspired to further the work of the Understandascope, please donate to the Frank Fisher Memorial Fund.

Download here: Everyday Transcendence: The Influence of Frank Fisher.


Peer Support

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Chronic Illness Peer Support Network

The Peer Support Network (PSN) is a forum for people who work in peer support to share information and knowledge, network, support each other, and strengthen peer support programs.

The network is made up of a broad cross-section of organisations across Victoria who support people with a primary diagnosis of a chronic health condition, and aims to raise awareness amongst health professionals in Victoria about appropriate peer support groups and pathways to access them.

The PSN meets four times a year covering a range of topics including guest speakers on peer support programs, current research, and workshops on various issues encountered in peer support programs. For more information or to get involved contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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