Published: 2023Inclusive health care means equity of access for all health care consumers so that they can fully participate in their health care. For health care to be inclusive for consumers, health care providers need to acknowledge that health is determined by different experiences, identities, social connections, needs, wants, and bodies.…
Published: 2021This Position Statement outlines HCCA's commitment to consumer-centred care as a foundation principle in all its work and to promoting consumer-centred care across the health system, within government and across the ACT community.
Published: 2023The Health Care Consumers’ Association (HCCA) supports co-design as integral to the development, implementation and evaluation of health services, policies and programs.
Published: 2022Statement about what Health Literacy means to HCCA and what action we will take to build both individual and environmental health literacy in the ACT.
Published: 2023This position statement acknowledges that climate change will have a profound impact on the health and wellbeing of people across the world.
Published: 2019This document summarises our commitment to supporting health consumer participation in research.