NACCHO Aboriginal Health News: RHD Endgame Strategy virtual launch this Thursday, 24 September at 9am

RHD Endgame Strategy virtual launch

The End Rheumatic Heart Disease Centre of Research Excellence (END RHD CRE) invites you to attend the virtual launch of the RHD Endgame Strategy: The blueprint to eliminate rheumatic heart disease in Australia by 2031.

You can join the session this Thursday 24 September via Zoom, as the Strategy is launched by The Hon. Greg Hunt, MP, Minister for Health, alongside Ms Pat Turner AM, CEO of NACCHO, and Professor Jonathan Carapetis AM, leading RHD expert and senior author of the RHD Endgame Strategy.

In Australia over 5,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are living with RHD, and without urgent action, it is estimated that this number will more than double by 2031. The Endgame Strategy assesses existing and potential strategies to both prevent the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from developing RHD; and improve the quality of life and outcomes for those already living with the disease.

9.00–9.30 am AEST – Thursday, 24 September 2020 – Zoom webinar

Registration is essential, so secure your spot by clicking here.

RHD Endgame Strategy launch banner

WA – East Perth and Mirrabooka

FT Aboriginal Liaison Officer x 2

Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service has two Aboriginal Liaison Officer positions available. The primary responsibility of the role is to provide support, care co-ordination and advocacy to Aboriginal clients who are admitted to, already in or are being discharged from hospitals, and are Derbarl Yerrigan clients.

To view the position description click here. Applications close 5.00 pm Monday 28 September 2020.

Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service logo & photo of employee at office desk answering the phone

Image source: Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service website.

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