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Conference report : living longer stronger : AH&MRC Chronic Disease Conference 2012 :

Label
Conference report : living longer stronger : AH&MRC Chronic Disease Conference 2012 :
Title
Conference report
Title remainder
living longer stronger : AH&MRC Chronic Disease Conference 2012 :
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Chronic disease contributes significantly to the gap in health outcomes between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people; the themes of the conference were to showcase how chronic disease activities are imbedded in everything that ACCHSs do; to demonstrate the importance of using interactive social media as a way of communicating and engaging with communities in the prevention and care of chronic disease; and to acknowledge and showcase the expertise of a well-established workforce that includes Aboriginal health workers, nusrses, program staff and other health professionals. -- p. 8
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW
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  • Chronic diseases
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Conference report : living longer stronger : AH&MRC Chronic Disease Conference 2012 :
Link
http://web.archive.org/web/20160229051728/http://ahmrc.org.au/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=24&Itemid=45
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • The AH&MRC acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation on whose land the conference was held
  • Artwork throughout the document and on the cover is by Jasmine Sarin
  • Welcome - acknowledgement to country and smoking ceremony performed by Uncle Max Eulo, an elder who was accompanied by a didgeridoo player, singers and dancers from Koomurri Management
  • Tribute note to Jimmy Little who was an advocate for the rights and health of Aboriginal people and also was part of the 2010 conference and gave a speech -- Foreword
Contents
Jasmine Sarin's artwork -- The Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW -- Conference proceedings - Welcome to Country : Koomurri Management : Conference Master of Ceremony : Rhoda Roberts -- Conference summary - Plenary session 1: Current policies for Aboriginal chronic disease and emerging priority areas ; Plenary session 2: Harnessing opportunities and the outcome of capacity building ; Plenary session 3: connecting with the community @.com ; Plenary session 4: Our strength is our workforce -- Program overview -- Summary findings -- Themed analysis of quotes from evaluation forms -- Speaker biographies -- Conference organisation -- Special thanks
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
39 p.
Other physical details
col. ill., ports.
Label
Conference report : living longer stronger : AH&MRC Chronic Disease Conference 2012 :
Link
http://web.archive.org/web/20160229051728/http://ahmrc.org.au/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=24&Itemid=45
Publication
Note
  • The AH&MRC acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation on whose land the conference was held
  • Artwork throughout the document and on the cover is by Jasmine Sarin
  • Welcome - acknowledgement to country and smoking ceremony performed by Uncle Max Eulo, an elder who was accompanied by a didgeridoo player, singers and dancers from Koomurri Management
  • Tribute note to Jimmy Little who was an advocate for the rights and health of Aboriginal people and also was part of the 2010 conference and gave a speech -- Foreword
Contents
Jasmine Sarin's artwork -- The Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW -- Conference proceedings - Welcome to Country : Koomurri Management : Conference Master of Ceremony : Rhoda Roberts -- Conference summary - Plenary session 1: Current policies for Aboriginal chronic disease and emerging priority areas ; Plenary session 2: Harnessing opportunities and the outcome of capacity building ; Plenary session 3: connecting with the community @.com ; Plenary session 4: Our strength is our workforce -- Program overview -- Summary findings -- Themed analysis of quotes from evaluation forms -- Speaker biographies -- Conference organisation -- Special thanks
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
39 p.
Other physical details
col. ill., ports.

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