Making a stand for Health Innovation

HealthShare NSW and eHealth NSW were sponsors of the of the NSW Health Innovation Symposium held in October 2016. Part of the sponsorship package included having stands to showcase what each organisation did. For the HealthShare NSW one, we decided to recreate a hospital room featuring ‘speech bubble’ signs showing the services HealthShare NSW provides…

A Snapshot of NAIDOC

To celebrate NAIDOC week in 2016, the Aboriginal Workforce team held a photography competition open to all HealthShare NSW and eHealth NSW staff. Entrants had to submit a photo of a special place in Australian nature that they felt a connection to, and accompany it with a short paragraph on what the place meant to…

Respecting the Rainbow Serpent

It is mandatory that all NSW Government staff complete Respecting the Difference training, a workshop on Aboriginal cultural differences. In the health sector, this can be a significant factor in improving the health outcomes of Aboriginal patients. One of the exercises of the training course involves a double-sided ‘Rainbow Serpent’ banner of 250cm by 90cm…

Getting social

This is the Social Media Instruction Guidelines I designed when HealthShare NSW developed and implemented its social media strategy. I decided as it was a document aimed at engaging our employees, that I would adopt a more graphical style than our standard corporate look.

HSNSW & eHNSW Expo website designs

When HealthShare NSW split into two separate entities (HealthShare NSW and eHealth NSW) the annual Expo held by the organisation also needed to have its name changed, to the unfortunately wordy ‘HealthShare NSW & eHealth NSW Expo’. We took the opportunity to refresh the Expo website for Expo 2014, and have again changed the design…

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Picturing HealthMatters the write way

I had been designing and managing the production of the SLHD HealthMatters newsletter for about six months before I started my secondment there, but with my new role as Manager Corporate Communications, I now contributed articles to it as well. The magazine is usually 16 pages long (with a bumper issue at Christmas) and is published every second month.…

CDMP rehabilitates its identity

The Chronic Disease management Program had a problem – no one knew they existed or what they did. In particular patients were not aware of the free physical rehabilitation programs that were available through the CDMP, meaning that patients which chronic diseases, who could have benefited from the program and reduce their hospital readmissions, were…

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Organ Donation for Transplantation Plan

I’ve lost count of reports I’ve designed and laid out over the last decade, but the Organ Donation for Transplantation Plan is notable for a few reasons. One, I had complete free-range over the design, and I love how it turned out  – the colours, the clean white space and the fantastic image library that…