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NACCHO Aboriginal Health and Smoking : New #AIHW report Indigenous smoking rates gap is widening

 ” While improvements were seen across all population groups, some achieved greater progress than others.

For example, despite the fact that Indigenous smoking rates are improving, they are not improving at the same rate as non-Indigenous Australians, so the gap is widening across a number of indicators. 607 more words

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NACCHO #DonDaleKids Aboriginal Health News : Update 28 September from the #RoyalCommission

 

” The Royal Commission has been established to enable the swift inquiry into the treatment of children detained in detention facilities and child protection in the Northern Territory. 245 more words

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NACCHO #fightstroke Aboriginal Health News : New smartphone APP to treat atrial fibrillation and prevent strokes."

“A lot of the time, you’ll get a machine that has a lot of connections and you’re there for about 10 to 15 minutes setting up, whereas the iECG is in a comfortable position in your hands and it’s just two fingers on the back of a probe on the back on a phone,” he said. 745 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health News : #Justicereinvestment offers chance to cut number of Indigenous inmates

” No matter which way you look at it, Indigenous imprisonment represents a national crisis. New approaches urgently are needed and the promising reports of the Bourke justice reinvestment trial offer a glimmer of hope. 781 more words

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NACCHO #DonDaleKids Aboriginal Health News : Update from the #RoyalCommission community meetings start 26 September

 ” The Royal Commission has been established to enable the swift inquiry into the treatment of children detained in detention facilities and child protection in the Northern Territory. 366 more words

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NACCHO #AIHW Aboriginal Health Report released : Significantly higher disease burden for Indigenous Australians—but improvements made

” While the gap in disease burden between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians remains significant, the report shows some improvements among the Indigenous population in recent years. 1,364 more words

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NACCHO #RedfernStatement meeting outcomes : Minister and Indigenous Organisations Leadership Press Releases

  1. We have a contribution to make and what we want from engagement is to co-design solutions with the Government in a collaborative and respectful way that recognises the values of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples”
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