This wellness checklist focuses on managing chronic conditions during the pandemic. Acknowledgement of the centrality of culture is critical to an Aboriginal person.
COVID-19 GP Checklist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
The Vaccine Acceptance Checklist is designed to assist practices to practices in managing the arrival and management of vaccines whilst complying with the ATAGI recommendations.
COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Checklist
This guide provides details on how to ensure you have undertaken the appropriate planning and considered responsibilities to run efficient vaccination clinics. This resource will continue to be updated as the vaccine information expands.
COVID-19 Vaccine Stock Governance Guide
With WA's borders now open, now is the time to prepare for directions to isolate in the event of a positive COVID-19 result. This Checklist will ensure that you can check items off as you prepare.
Get COVID Ready Kit
If your practice has a Pen CS licence supplied by WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA), you can use the recipes in the table below to help identify patient cohorts at greater risk of severe illness from COVID-19. The risk factors are based on information from the Australian Government Department of Health.
Identifying Patient Cohorts at greater risk of severe illness from COVID-19
This resource is designed to support preparedness and response in General Practice through the changing landscape of living with COVID-19 in our community.
Living with COVID-19 Pandemic checklist and toolkit
This tool is designed to help create a Pandemic Response Plan. It is a place to write down the specific changes to the practices day to day operations at each stage as the pandemic progresses. This plan will be specific to your practice. Each part is customisable for the practice including escalations, triggers and responses for each stage. With each section there is a suggestions, guidance and resources. Edit as appropriate for your team.
Planned Pandemic Response Tool
These Spreadsheets are designed for clinics that have opted to separate clinics into first and second doses for ease of management. The spreadsheet will automatically allocate the second doses quantities at the correct time of the schedule. This has shown to be effective in managing vaccine stock levels and ordering processes.
Stock Control Spreadsheet
This document is to be used as a flow chart when a practice is faced with a COVID-19 Positive patient at/in their practice.
This resource steps practices through the steps of what to do and provides various links to resources to support them.
COVID-19 Positive patient response
This questionnaire is used to manage a COVID-19 close contact within your team. It provides a platform to ask a range of questions and document the responses in order to allow the necessary people within the practice to manage and take the next steps.
COVID-19 Close contact in your practice team
This questionnaire is used to manage a COVID-19 positive case within your team. It provides a platform to ask a range of questions and document the responses in order to allow the necessary people within the practice to manage and take the next steps.
COVID-19 Positive Case in your practice team
We recently heard from a practice manager in Victoria who had to double her practice’s administration support staff to manage the increased operational demands during a sustained outbreak. To find out more, view the recording of our webinar about Practice Preparedness for COVID - Lessons from the East Coast.
In response to the anticipated increased workload, we have developed a new cheat sheet COVID-19 Tips for GP Administration Teams to assist you with managing workloads within your practice.
COVID-19 Tips for GP Administration Teams
This resource has been created with useful links to resources to assist with your ongoing COVID-19 Practice Preparedness.
COVID-19 Links to Useful Resources - Version 2
To make it easier for practices to engage and communicate with members of their local CALD communities, we have collated a list of COVID-19 Resources for CALD Patients which includes a range of posters, social media tiles and videos in some of the most common languages spoken in Western Australia, other than English.
COVID-19 Resources for CALD Patients