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Value of Pathology

DO YOU WANT TO BE A HEALTHCARE HERO


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Many of you will be exhibiting at the AACB / AIMS Conference in Brisbane next week.

Can you please ensure that the below information is circulated to your staff who will be attending the conference?
 
Know Pathology Know Healthcare will be on-site and running a competition for both delegates AND exhibitors to generate media leads.

The theme will be Healthcare Hero  

Exhibitors stand to win a $250 hamper prize by encouraging delegates to enter. 

Staff from Know Pathology Know Healthcare’s contracted communications agency (London Agency) will provide the business cards mentioned below to exhibitors on Tuesday morning (September 13).


 

Know Pathology Know Healthcare is searching for potential media stories where pathology staff have gone above and beyond to help a patient, or made a dramatic diagnosis.
 
We need your help to encourage delegates to share their stories on our Facebook page.
 
Know Pathology Know Healthcare will provide you with promotional business cards to distribute to delegates. Please write your company’s Twitter handle (eg: @MyCompanyName) in the space provided on each card so delegates can tag you.
 
The company tagged with the most Twitter handles on our page wins a $250 hamper.
 
Offer a card to as many delegates as possible and encourage them to enter the draw.

 


Lab Tests Online Australasia

Pathology Awareness Australia and Lab Tests Online Australasia are collaborating to increase the reach of awareness about the importance of Pathology.

This award-winning, not-for-profit website has been developed to provide the accurate, unbiased and trustworthy information you need to understand your pathology tests...

knowpathology.com.au - What is it...

Help us spread the word

Australia’s pathology service is the best in the world, and we want to keep it that way. Know Pathology Know Healthcare is boosting awareness that:

  • Pathology services are an essential part of almost all aspects of a patient’s healthcare
  • Pathology saves lives
  • Pathology reduces healthcare costs
  • Pathology involves doctors who are specialists, scientists and sophisticated technologies
  • Australian pathology is the best in the world

Sign up and KNOW the value of pathology

By signing up (using the box on the right of this page), you are telling us that you value pathology. Tell us how pathology results have improved the health of you or a loved one. If you work in pathology, tell us how your work makes a difference. To stay up to date with advancements and patient stories, select the tick box and we will send you monthly newsletters.

Become an Advocate

Advocates are the life-blood of Know Pathology Know Healthcare. From setting up stands at community health events, coordinating staff sign-up drives and sharing your personal story with local media, we rely on advocates to help us spread the word about the importance of pathology. If you are interested in taking on a more hands-on role in promoting the initiative, fill in our contact form to get in touch.

Have your organisation become a supporter

Do you work for a healthcare charity, support network, advocacy group or medical professional body that relies on pathology? We have more than 30 official supporter groups who assist us in spreading the word to their members and in media. If your organisation would like join groups such as Cancer Council, Kidney Health Australia and other existing supporters please contact us at info(at)knowpathology.com.au or phone John Emmerson on 03 9982 4450.

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PATHOLOGY - IN THE NEWS

 

See the interview with Dr Annabelle Farnsworth on ABC TV (May 19, 2015) explaining the role of pathology in both the current and new cervical screening program. A great example of how pathology makes a difference to healthcare

 

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-05-18/budget-funding-for-new-cervical-cancer-test/6476948

The Health Minister on the latest Budget Cuts...

 

Read the Health Minister's Press release about the budget cuts