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NACCHO News Alert : AMSANT welcomes the ongoing commitment and constructive Government partnerships

AMSANT welcomes the ongoing commitment and constructive partnership between the Commonwealth and the Northern Territory Government to work with the Aboriginal community controlled  sector to address the health and wellbeing issues of Aboriginal Territorians… 1,737 more words

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NACCHO Tackling Indigenous Smoking NEWS : DOH tender for National Best Practice Unit for TIS

Tobacco smoking is the most preventable cause of ill health and early death among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and is responsible for around one in five deaths,” … 585 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Male Health : Registrations closing soon for the National Ochre Day Summit

The 2015 NACCHO Ochre Day will be held in Adelaide this year on the 3rd & 4th of September 2015 and we invite you to come along and support this important Aboriginal Male Health initiative. 1,048 more words

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NACCHO NEWS ALERT : Aboriginal people are disproportionately affected by hepatitis. We know why

“When we talk about closing the gap, we often talk about very siloed ideas of what that means: there’s over-incarceration, the health gap and the education gap, for example. 1,202 more words

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NACCHO Conference NEWS: Challenges in managing heart and diabetes in Indigenous Primary Health Care

Challenges in managing heart and diabetes in Primary Health Care’

Baker IDI Educational Symposium 2015, Alice Springs Convention Centre

 

This educational symposium is designed for health professionals who are working with the impact of chronic diseases in Indigenous communities, in particular cardiovascular disease and its complications. 124 more words

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NACCHO Ice NEWS: Qld Aboriginal and Islander health sector welcomes COAG ICE action

 
“In Queensland anecdotal evidence suggests that in some places methamphetamine use is ripping our communities apart. Our local communities and community-controlled health sector and residential rehabilitation service members, need support and opportunities to partner with government and non-government organisations in order to be proactive and to get on top of this issue before it grows any larger. 446 more words

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NACCHO NEWS ALERT: Healthy welfare’ card gets go-ahead to stem "rivers of grog"

The welfare card has a single goal, and that is to reduce that welfare-fuelled alcohol abuse, I’m confident that it will, but we are obviously trialling it to properly assess it before proceeding further. 939 more words

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