The HeartInfoNet yarning place is jointly coordinated by the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet and Bettering Aboriginal Heart Health in WA (BAHHWA). This message provides you with more information about BAHHWA and its involvement in the yarning place.
New data from the Australian Heart Foundation shows the weight of the average Australian adult has increased by more than five and half kilograms (kgs) over the past 25 years.
The foundation says the average weight of an Australia man is now 85
Hi mob members! This is a message the ClinicalInfoNet project team. *Apologies for any cross posting* Best wishes Millie Harford-Mills Information Officer Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
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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.
These are free practical skills workshop for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people with chronic disease.
The Good health workshops run for 2 1/2 hours each week over six weeks.
During the 6-week course the Leaders use the Living a healthy ...
The Heart Foundation (WA Branch) are inviting all interested people to attend the 20th anniversary of their community-based walking networking - Heart Foundation Walking.
The walk is being held in conjunction with Heart week 2015, as this year's focus ...
RHD Australia is hosting a professional development workshop for NSW health workers and other health professionals involved in the prevention, diagnosis and management of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease.
Co-hosted by the Poche Centre ...
Local and national heart health experts will deliver this multidisciplinary forum on primary and secondary prevention, with a focus on Aboriginal people.
Along with engaging plenary sessions, the forum will also include four multidisciplinary streams f...