NACCHO begins production “Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands “a 20 episode video series


Work has begun in June on “Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands for health futures “a 20 episode series that will highlight how investing in Aboriginal community controlled health will lead to generational change and Close the Gap. 318 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health Good News: Apunipima cooking up healthy lessons for life


“The “Need for Feed Cape York Style “program gives participants the skills and knowledge about healthy eating from a young age to learn about the importance of having practical ways to prevent development of chronic disease and obesity. 336 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal Health : National Obesity Prevention Network first victim in cuts to Health Flexible Funds


“Among the other 13 Flexible Funds apparently to be affected are those supporting the provision of essential services in rural, regional and remote Australia; working to Close the Gap in health outcomes for Indigenous Australians; managing vital responses to communicable diseases; and delivering substance use treatment services around the country. 535 more words

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Strong Hearing, Strong Start Raising awareness the key to improving Indigenous ear health

“Ear disease is a chronic process that occurs over the most important period of a child’s upbringing that is during their learning, growth and development. If we don’t get onto it and we don’t be persistent with it, kids are going to miss out on their education. 1,717 more words

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NACCHO Health News: Organisations unite to fight Budget cuts to vital health services

A coalition of 17 peak and non-government organisations from the health and community sectors is calling on the Australian Government to scrap plans to cut nearly $800 million in funding to key health initiatives over the next four financial years. 754 more words

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NACCHO #justjustice NEWS: Sky high imprisonment rates a health disaster says the AMA

“Imprisonment is rarely good for health, particularly if you are an Indigenous Australian.

But, tragically, Indigenous people are far more likely to be locked up than other Australians, exacerbating health problems and sending many into a downward spiral of illness and premature death. 607 more words

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NACCHO Training Opportunity News : For Ear and Hearing Training AHW Health Workers nationally

Ear and Hearing Training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers

NACCHO Ear and Hearing Project

The Ear and Hearing Training for the Aboriginal Health Worker Workforce Project is funded under the Australian Government Improving Eye and Ear Health Services for Indigenous Australians for Better Education and Employment Outcomes COAG measure, and supports implementation of this measure. 964 more words

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