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Video: Alex Brown talks about Aboriginal research at SAHMRI

Alex Brown is the Theme Leader of Indigenous Health at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and the Wardliparingga Aboriginal Research Unit, which is where the team that runs… 49 more words

Indigenous Health

Latest news: NAIDOC Week 2015

NAIDOC Week 2015 is nearly here and we are delighted to be hosting an event at Wardliparingga Aboriginal Research Unit at SAHMRI.

This is a great opportunity to come and find out more about our work and talk to us about… 109 more words

Aboriginal Health

How do I help beat diabetes?

There are lots of things you can do to reduce the chance of getting diabetes, or if you have it, to manage it well so your blood sugar is ok and the chances of you getting complications are less. 536 more words

Indigenous Health

The challenge of diabetes in Aboriginal communities

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) affects over 400 million people and is a complex challenge globally.  It significantly impairs quality and length of life and is now experienced by the majority of Aboriginal Australian people over the age of 50 years in many communities. 442 more words

Indigenous Health

Why the ABORIGINAL Diabetes Study is so important

Can I tell you a secret? The scientific name for our study is PROPHECY: Predicting Renal, Ophthalmic and Heart Events in the Aboriginal… 894 more words

Indigenous Health

NACCHO Health News: Remote Aboriginal leaders in bid to avert ice crisis

An indigenous-led coalition of leaders and frontline health workers has launched a pre-­emptive strike to avert a socially catastrophic explosion of ice use in remote communities. 1,553 more words

Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service

HARP Unit |Posters

The HARP Unit have free ‘Stay Strong Be Informed’ A3 posters from the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council available for your service.

Please contact Jennifer if you would like some posted out to you | jennifer.farinella@sesiahs.health.nsw.gov.au

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