NACCHO Conference NEWS: Challenges in managing heart and diabetes in Indigenous Primary Health Care

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Challenges in managing heart and diabetes in Primary Health Care’

Baker IDI Educational Symposium 2015, Alice Springs Convention Centre

 
This educational symposium is designed for health professionals who are working with the impact of chronic diseases in Indigenous communities, in particular cardiovascular disease and its complications.
 
Program Topics include:
  • Connections: CVD, diabetes & the metabolic syndrome
  • Primary health care – Diabetes
  • Primary health care – CVD
  • Cultural & Social determinants of health & wellbeing
  • Managing complications in remote & rural settings
  • Maternal & Child Health
 
Local and national experts will discuss the latest evidence and relevance to the NT experience. 
Who should attend ?
The Symposium is aimed at all health professionals, including GPs, clinical specialists, hospital staff, remote health and allied health staff.  Aboriginal Health Practitioners and AHWs are encouraged to attend this educational event.
 
Registration is FREE however you must pre register to guarantee your registration.
 
More updates will be released on our website shortly however for more information please call 1300 728 900 or email events@bakeridi.edu.au
 

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