Assessing Patient Perceptions of Telehealth

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Victorian Government “Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation” advisory panel (downloadable report)

Insync CEO, Nicholas Barnett, currently sits on the Victorian Government’s “Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation” advisory panel. The state government has just published its comprehensive report.

The Inquiry into “Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation” was established in late 2014 to advise the Victorian Minister for Sport on practical actions that the sport and active recreation sector could adopt to enhance participation by women and girls and to increase their engagement in leadership and governance roles. An advisory panel was established consisting of nine prominent industry representatives and chaired by Richmond Football Club president, Peggy O’Neal.

Click here to read more and to download the comprehensive report.

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