Improving NACCHO communications to members and stakeholders
To reduce the number of NACCHO Communiques we are sending out each week , we now to send each Monday an Executive summary -Save the date on important events /Conferences/training , members news, awards, funding opportunities
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1.Kidney Health Week 22-28 May #IKidneyWeek #KHW16
2.Palliative Care Week 22-28 May #NPCW16
3. NACCHO AGM: Save a date :15-17 November 2016 Melbourne Further details
4.The 23rd National Australian Health Promotion Association Conference
On behalf of the Local Organising Committee it is our pleasure to welcome you to the 23rd National Australian Health Promotion Association Conference. This Conference will be one to be remembered: More Info
5. NACCHO OCHRE DAY 15/16 September Perth
Contact Mark Saunders 0409 959 191 or email
6 . National Children’s Day
7.NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK Starts 27 May
8. Aboriginal Health Worker Scholarships $25,000
9.WA News and workshop alert
10.News South Wales Members Events and workshops
Registrations are now open for the NSW Aboriginal Mental Health and Wellbeing Workforce Forum 2016: Celebrating Success.
Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD) will be hosting the forum (funded by the NSW Ministry of Health) in partnership with the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW (AH&MRC).
The forum will be held on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 June 2016 at the Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens.
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11.Kick on for Literacy
Kick On for Literacy, the Inaugural Reconciliation Week/Sir Doug Nicholls Round Celebration is a fundraising event hosted by the Epic Good Foundation to support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. It includes live music with internationally renowned didj performer William Barton and local singer / songwriter Georgia Corowa. There’ll be drinks, canapés and the auction of unique and valuable footy and arts items.
All funds raised will directly improve the literacy of Indigenous children in remote communities across Australia.
12. The Long Walk
13. Breakfast with Sol Bellear
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