Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 11 Hansard (Tuesday, 19 September 2017) . . Page.. 3894 ..
us to make sure the framework has patients at the centre of its thinking rather than seeing patients as a particular illness, disease or injury; that they guide the framework so that all the subsequent service planning can be focused on patients and their families trusting and understanding the health system they are in; and that, no matter at which point in time a patient enters the health system, they have services made available to them that are easy to understand and easy to navigate and, most importantly, focus on keeping Canberrans healthy and well.
Tuggeranong—CIT car park lighting
MS LAWDER: My question is to the Minister for Transport and City Services. Minister, I am aware that recently the Tuggeranong Community Council wrote to you requesting that lighting be installed in the car park behind Tuggeranong CIT. The Australian Human Rights Commission’s report into sexual harassment at higher education campuses outlined the high rate of sexual harassment on or near campuses. Minister, why was no lighting placed in this car park prior to students being welcomed at the new campus?
MS FITZHARRIS: Yes, this issue has been raised with me. I will seek an update on that and try to understand when indeed lighting will be provided.
MS LAWDER: Minister, are there definitely plans to install lighting at the car park and, if so, when will that be?
MS FITZHARRIS: I refer to my previous answer and I will take the question on notice.
MR WALL: Minister, why was the lighting feature near the pedestrian crossing on Anketell Street considered a higher priority than lighting to improve the personal security of CIT students in the adjoining car park?
MS FITZHARRIS: Again I refer to my previous answers. I will get an update. I will take the question on notice and provide a response to the Assembly.
ACT Health—performance reports
MRS DUNNE: My question is to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing. Minister, in your statement today in relation to the system-wide data review, you said it will be finished by 31 March next year, by which time there will be six outstanding quarterly reports. Minister, will ACT Health also issue the six outstanding quarterly performance reports on that day and, if not, when will these reports be issued?
MS FITZHARRIS: As I indicated in my statement—the quarterly update earlier today around a system-wide data review—Health have advised me, on the advice of the review panel overseeing the review, that the annual report for 2016-17 will be tabled in the Assembly next month. The annual report includes the information that you could expect to find in the quarterly reports. As I also indicated in my statement earlier today, I will continue to provide updates to the Assembly through the quarterly reporting process, as well as taking advice from the review panel on the information