Please download the information and application package.
Please direct all correspondence in relationship to partnership opportunities to:
Phone: 02 6246 9301
2.Indigenous Health Conferences next 2 months
|The Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) International Indigenous Health Workforce Meeting|
|Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) National Primary Health Care Conference 2016|
3. NACCHO Members Conference AGM: Registrations are open : 6-8 December 2016 Melbourne
Attention NACCHO Member Organisations and Stakeholders
The NACCHO Members’ Conference and AGM provides a forum for the Aboriginal community controlled health services workforce, bureaucrats, educators, suppliers and consumers to:
- To support sustainable approaches to health care for continued health improvement and self determination
- Present on innovative local economic development solutions to issues that can be applied to address similar issues nationally and across disciplines
- Have input and influence from the ‘grassroots’ into national and state health policy and service delivery
- Demonstrate leadership in workforce and service delivery innovation
- Promote continuing education and professional development activities essential to the Aboriginal community controlled health services in urban, rural and remote Australia
- Promote Aboriginal health research by professionals who practice in these areas and the presentation of research findings
- Develop supportive networks
- Promote good health and well-being through the delivery of health services to and by Indigenous and non-Indigenous people throughout Australia
123 Collins Street,
Which has 548 guest rooms & whilst a number of these rooms have currently been held for NACCHO delegates at a heavily discounted rate, these will be released for general sale to the public at scheduled intervals.
We highly recommend you book your accommodation early, which can be done via the unique online booking link.!
Ticket Registrations Available
Payment will be accepted through Event Brite on the registration form.
Invoices will be issued up to 28-days prior to the start of event. If you choose the “issue invoice” option, please note that invoices MUST be paid within 14-days of issue.
In the event that your invoice is not paid within 14-days, your registration will be cancelled. However, this will be notified to you via e-mail.
If you are registering within 14-days of the event and require an invoice please call the NACCHO secretariat on 02 6246 9301 or
Registrations received on any day of this three day event will incur a late fee of $100 per registration: credit card payment will only be accepted – an invoice will not be issued. Late registrations are also not guaranteed the full conference kit, i.e. Program, bag, t-shirt etc.
|Item||Price (ex GST)||Late registration fee (at event)Standard fee plus $100 (ex GST)|
|Voting Member (2 only per member service)||$ 890.00||$ 990.00|
|Non-Voting Member||$ 1,090.00||$1,190.00|
|Day delegate||$ 450.00||$ 550.00|
Notes on types of registration
NACCHO Voting Member – 2 per Member Service
As a member of NACCHO you are entitled to two Voting Member registrations only. Therefore, only two delegates from your organisation can register as a Voting Member.
NACCHO Non-Voting member
If you have further delegates to register, please use the Non-Voting Member registration section.
Non NACCHO members, register in this section.
Please Note: One registration per delegate only – delegates are not to share one registration. Each person attending the Members’ Conference and/or AGM is required to purchase a Registration for either the full three days or, if not attending for all three days, pay a Registration Fee for each day of attendance at the “Day Delegate” rate.
4.NACCHO AGM edition Aboriginal Health Newspaper
We are now looking to all our members, programs and sector stakeholders for advertising, compelling articles, eye-catching images and commentary for inclusion in our next edition.
Maximum 600 words (word file only) with image
Please Note: All submitted advertising and editorial content is subject to space availability and review by the NACCHO Newspaper editorial committee
This 24-page newspaper is produced and distributed as an insert in the Koori Mail, circulating 14,000 full-colour print copies nationally via newsagents and subscriptions.
Our audited readership (Audit Bureau of Circulations) is 100,000 readers!
Our target audience also includes over 1,500 NACCHO member and affiliate health organisations, relevant government departments, subsidiary indigenous health services and suppliers, as well as the end-users of Australian Indigenous health services nationally.
Your advertising support means we can build this newspaper to a cost-neutral endeavour, thereby guaranteeing its future.
Note: the earlier you book your ad or submit an article for consideration, the better placement we can offer in the printed newspaper. All prices are GST inclusive. Discounts are available to not-for-profits, NACCHO member organisations and industry stakeholders. All prices include artwork if required.
For further information contact:
Colin Cowell – 0401 331 251
Communications and Marketing Consultant