The health and wellbeing of refugees in rural and remote Australia

7 August 2007




Listening with compassion; responding with respect

Tuesday, 7 August 2007, Telstra Theatre, Australian War Memorial

Matilda House
Welcome to country
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Professor John Wakerman
Welcome
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Dr Sundram Sivamalai - Regional Chair, Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils of Australia
The Health and wellbeing of refugees and migrants in rural and remote Australia
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Daniel Boyer, Dept of Immigration and Citizenship
Settling refugees in regional areas and the government's services to them
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Dr Mitchell Smith, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
the health of refugee children
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Questions
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Dr Mitchell Smith
Case study in providing health adn counselling services to refugees in rural areas
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Geraldine Duncan - General Practitioner
Case study in providing health and counselling services to refugees in rural areas
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Penny Vine - Trauma Counsellor
Case study in providing helath and counselling services to refugees in rural areas
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Constance Okot and Susan Moi
Refugees in rural Australia: Africa to the Riverina
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Panel session and discussion of the issues:
What we can learn for the future
The lessons for delivering health services in remote areas
Proposed follow-up

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Close
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