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NACCHO Aboriginal Health :Report : Perils of place: identifying hotspots of health inequality

Hospitalisation rates for diabetes, tooth decay and other conditions that should be treatable or manageable out of hospital show how Australia’s health system is consistently failing some communities. 262 more words

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NACCHO Save a date #ChildrensDay2016 , #IAHA2016, #OCHREDay2016 , #NACCHOAGM2016

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Improving NACCHO communications to members and stakeholders

To reduce the number of NACCHO Communiques we now  send out most Mondays  an executive summary -Save the date on important events /Conferences/training , members news, awards, funding opportunities : 1,809 more words

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NACCHO Health News Alert : Sports drinks are gammin': New campaign urges Aboriginal community to go for water instead

Gammin can mean fake or not real in our Community. So when we say ‘sports drinks are gammin’, that’s because sports drink companies make their drinks sound really healthy, when actually they’re full of sugar. 644 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health : AMA president would be 'gobsmacked' if Coalition sticks with Medicare rebate freeze

First QUESTION: The targets for closing the gap in Indigenous disadvantage, some of them aren’t moving, some are in fact going backwards.

What would you like to communicate to the Federal Government on making progress on those targets? 2,395 more words

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NACCHO #Aboriginal Health : #AIHW releases specific Measures tool Item 715 MBS Health checks

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are eligible for an annual Indigenous-specific health check: item 715 on the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS).

AIHW Press Release 21 July 2016… 561 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health Research News : Should Aboriginal health data and research be community controlled ?

 ” Currently, the population and health service use of data relating to Indigenous Australians is scattered and often difficult to access. There are significant barriers to using this data as Indigenous identifiers are often missing or incomplete. 1,126 more words

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