The Western Australia Department of Health, Office of Population Health Genomics (OPHG) is currently reviewing the supports, services and systems available to West Australians living with rare, genetic and undiagnosed conditions and their families, and how the community navigates these systems. If you live in Western Australia (WA), the OPHG would like to know more about your and your family’s experiences. If your organisation/group has members who are based in WA, please feel free to pass on this invitation to them. See the flyer for the full details.
Stakeholder consultation focus groups
The OPHG is holding a number of stakeholder consultation focus groups for those living in WA with a rare, genetic or undiagnosed condition and/or their families. Your participation will help to shape the future services and system navigation for those living with genetic, rare and undiagnosed conditions across Western Australia.
The details are listed below.
Location: Face to face in Perth CBD (address to be provided) with online video conference options available.
Dates: Participants may choose from a morning or evening session on 2nd, 3rd, 8th or 9th of February.
Why: Community input plays a critical role in how future services are designed to create better outcomes.
RSVP: To learn more or register your interest please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 9222 2239.
Participants will be renumerated by the OPHG for their time.