Hi there everyone!
Thought you might be interested to know that one of the latest editions of the 'Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal' features a piece about a dog health program in an Indigenous community in northern NSW (Volume 35, Number
Dear Indigenous environmental health practitioners (IEHP) yarning place members,
The IEHP section of the HealthInfoNet website is continuously being updated and developed. The period August 2011 to November 2011 saw 93 publications added to the IEHP se
Environmental health is a huge issue in remote communities in WA. Recently I have found out that the new IEH training model will not fit the enviromental health needs in the remote communities of WA. The issues are,
Hi mob members!
Are any of you attending some of the upcoming Environmental Health conferences?
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet is looking forward to participating in the 38th National Environmental Health Australia (EHA) conference and the
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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.
The WA Department of Health, Environmental Health Directorate, has organised a two-day training workshop on the 'dog health program.'
Successful completion of the training allows for participation in the program, and is also an opportunity for those wh...
The Environmental Health Directorate and Disaster Preparedness and Management Unit, on behalf of the Public Health Division are inviting public health practitioners to attend a public health course focusing on disaster preparedness.
The course is aimed...
The Kimberley Aboriginal Environmental Health Working Group Forum aims to bring together Environmental Health Practitioners across the Pilbara and Kimberley regions in Western Australia (WA) to network, catch up, and meet and greet other practitioners new...
This two-day, multi-disciplinary fire management conference, hosted by the Nature Conservation Council, will focus on how fire can be used to rehabilitate degraded landscapes, restore ecological integrity and reinstate resilience into the environment and ...
This forum will place emphasis on concepts and ideas that encompass collaboration and innovation, and with the mind-set that communications is an enabler of economic and social developments.
The forum will bring together influential decision makers and...