Hi there everyone!
Thought you might be interested to know that one of the latest editions of the 'Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal' features a piece about a dog health program in an Indigenous community in northern NSW (Volume 35, Number
Dear Indigenous environmental health practitioners (IEHP) yarning place members,
The IEHP section of the HealthInfoNet website is continuously being updated and developed. The period August 2011 to November 2011 saw 93 publications added to the IEHP se
Environmental health is a huge issue in remote communities in WA. Recently I have found out that the new IEH training model will not fit the enviromental health needs in the remote communities of WA. The issues are,
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The Royal Australian College of
General Practitioners (RACGP) and the University of Melbourne have invited
NATSIHWA to participate in two separate consultation workshops. Participants
are invited to provide input into how a phone support service such as
1800RESPECT (the National counselling helpline and website for sexual assault
and domestic or family violence) can assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander Health Workers and General Practitioners.
The first workshop will focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Workers and/or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners and
will be held in Sydney on Wednesday 12 August 2015.
The second workshop will focus on both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Health Workers and General Practitioners and will be held in Sydney
on Wednesday 30 September 2015.
Two Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and/or Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner are invited to attend, one each from
an urban setting and one from a rural setting along with a NATSIHWA
If you are working within this specific area, you can nominate for these two
To register your interest or for more information, please contact:
Ph: (03) 8699 0354
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