Shared Knowledge for Community Wellbeing

The Well is designed to inform planning, action and to help measure success. It’s about integrating effort and sharing high quality information.

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What are the Topics?

The Well is organised by topics, each of which have been identified as a priority to improve for the health and wellbeing of our communities in the Eastern Region. Jump in!

How To Use The Well

There are a number of ways you can work with The Well. We encourage you to jump in, look around and find the elements that are most relevant for you. Within each of the topics, you will be able to:

Learn

Gather information and research from our analysis of the contemporary evidence base. Our research is up-to-date and academically reviewed.

Plan

Be inspired by our useful resources and tools to help you put theory into practice. Plan your activities, projects and programs with the help of our curated resources.

Share

Discover what’s happening locally and share your expertise. Publish your activities and programs to share your wisdom!

Connect

Collaborate and network with others in the region to stay active, current and up-to-date. Join in and be a part of The Well community.

Testimonials

The Well is a great resource which would be very useful across Council and with external stakeholders for planning, data collection and evaluation; as well as an engagement tool with a prevention/early intervention focus.

​Anissa Gracie

Community Safety Officer @ Manningham City Council

Testimonials

The Well is a central hub of information, expertise and advice for all who are working on public health issues including addressing the social determinants of health. It facilitates systems thinking when facing an issue and allows for creative thinking at a strategy level. The information, statistics and data on The Well is fantastic for planning and reporting purposes, particularly for shared planning and collective impact.

Benjamin Brewin

Health Promotion Officer @ ​Eastern Health

Testimonials

It’s a place to go at the beginning of a new project to find key pieces of research and local resources that aren't published academically, but provide great learnings and information. This will save a lot of time when starting new projects, writing rationales and finding the latest statistics.

Rachel Messer

Health Promotion Officer @ Inspiro

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