The WA Cervical cancer prevention program (WACCPP) is pleased to offer health services across Western Australia (WA) the opportunity to apply for grant funding to help prevent cervical cancer in local communities.
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Ballarat's indigenous women buck national cancer screening trend
Indigenous women in the Ballarat region of Victoria are visiting their local clinic for potentially life-saving cervical screening in contrast to the general trend for national screening
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Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Hi WAIHPN mob members,
Here is an update from the WA
state web resource on the Australian Indigenous
HealthInfoNet on behalf of the Aboriginal Maternity Support Services
Unit (AMSSU) who recently advertised expressions of interest for participation
in the consultation with maternal and child health service providers in WA who
work with Aboriginal women and their families.
The consultation has presently been deferred until further notice and
interested participants are kindly asked to hold their enquiries until the a
new expressions of interest date has been confirmation.
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