NACCHO NEWS:Inaugural Murra Mullangari:Years 10-12 Health Careers Development Program closes 3 March


 About Murra Mullangari

Murra Mullangari aims to inspire Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to pursue a career in health and to support them in their transition from secondary school to the health workforce. The program comprises of a one week residential workshop held in Canberra from the 10-15 April, and a five month mentoring component.

Who is involved?

The Program is being run by the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association in partnership with other national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peak health workforce bodies, including; the Australian Indigenous Psychologists Association, Indigenous Allied Health Australia, Indigenous Dentists Association Australia, The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker Association, The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses.

10-15 April 2013 | Canberra, A.C.T.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Health Careers Development Program

Only 30 places available!
Applications close 3rd March

AIDA has received funding for this pilot program from the Commonwealth
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations and will run
the program, in partnership with our peer peak Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander health workforce bodies and NACCHO in April this year.

We are welcoming applications from Aboriginal and or Torres Strait
Islander students currently studying in years 10 -12 who are interested in
a health career. Applications close 5.00pm Monday

If you have any questions or require further information please contact
Program Coordinator Ms Sorrell Ashby (after return from leave on 18 Feb)
or the AIDA Secretariat on 1800 190 498 or email

For  further information or to download an application pack, visit the
website above or phone 1800 190 498

Sorrell Ashby
Project Officer

Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association
Old Parliament House
18 King George Terrace
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 3497
MANUKA  A.C.T.  2603
Phone: 02 6270 3312
Fax:     02 6273 5014
Free Call: 1800 190 498

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