Check out the latest resource for Kidney health. 'Operating a dialysis machine' is an audiovisual designed to explain the workings of a dialysis machine for Yolngu people in their own language.
This yarning place has 125 mob members.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
The Australian Indigenous Health InfoNet , (Health InfoNet ) in partnership with the Healing Foundation are encouraging those people working in healing, health, justice, education, employment, child protection and family violence to join a valuable online network and newsletter dedicated to this area.
Join in the draw to win one of two gift packs from the Healing Foundation and the Health InfoNet , including a Healing Foundation beanie, t-shirt, water bottle, pen, and a range of Healing Foundation publications, a boxed Health InfoNet coffee mug, pen and notepad.
You can join here . Once you have joined, a confirmation message explaining more about the Yarning places will be sent to your e-mail address, log in and then join the Healing yarning place.
You can join the Healing newsletter here .
Prizes will be for:
- signing up to the Healing yarning place
- signing up to the Healing quarterly newsletter.
The winners will be drawn at random at the end of March 2017 and their names posted on the Australian Indigenous Health InfoNet website.
Hi everyone, just a quick note to leet you all know that I have just started at Mamu Cultural Wellbeing Centre and I am the Female Family Support Worker. I love working in the Indigenous Community and it reflects in my work.
Walks are held across the country to support Australians affected by kidney disease. Individuals and organisations are welcome to host their own walks. For further information please visit: www.kidney.org.au