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Women's business workshop resource released

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  • 7 March

    I am in favor of organizing such workshops and conferences because giving people awareness is the main thing we have to do if we want to end critical health issues from our country. Visit for more cancer Australia are doing best in this regard.

  • 23 March 2016

    Hi mob members,

    Cancer Australia has announced the release of the Women's business workshop - community education resource for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers. The community education resource has been developed to provide the tools for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers, and other health professionals to conduct a women's business workshop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

    This community education resource provides key gynaecological and breast cancer messages and information aimed at reducing the inequalities in cancer outcomes experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander women through increased awareness and earlier detection.

    More information can be found here:

    Kind regards,

    Mikayla Hollows
    Research Assistant
    Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet