Position: The NRWC is seeking the services of a casual part-time person to strengthen communication and marketing strategies. The position involves flexible working hours and can be located anywhere in Australia. This contractual position is for circa 10 hours per week for one year (maximum of $27 000 per annum), with a probationary period of three months.
About the Book
Time: 3.00pm - 9.30pm
Venue: National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, 180 George Street, Redfern NSW 2016
Nurses striving to tackle disparity in health care
25 - 27 October 2016
Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia
The ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation has recently announced new research grants to enable people to live well every day with diabetes.
Worth up to $60,000 per research project, the ADEA Diabetes Research Grants Program supports best diabetes education and care and aligns with the vision, principles and goals of the Australian National Diabetes Strategy 2016-2020.
Details are available on the webpage at http://www.adea.com.au/adea-research-foundation/
RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health is running an active learning module (ALM) that is focused on assisting you with understanding the issues that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people often face when attempting to access healthcare. This six and a half hour interactive session will tackle the question: ‘Can we do better than ‘I treat everyone the same’?
This year, the Australian Diabetes Educators Association conducts its first Workforce in Diabetes Education survey that will provide a comprehensive national compilation of information and statistics related to the employment status of health professionals who provide services to people with diabetes in Australia.
The survey will collect detailed information about the diabetes education workforce to identify:
Are you a health practitioner who is involved in counselling, referral, or the provision of pregnancy termination in NSW? If yes, we would like to invite you to participate in a study to explore access to abortion in NSW. This will involve a phone interview of approx. 30 minutes at a time that is convenient for you.
Every year women across Australia come to Jean Hailes for information on topics such as body image, mental health, weight and healthy living. To ensure we understand the health information needs of women and their health professionals, we conduct an annual survey. This year the survey will focus on ‘It’s your health. What’s normal?’ when it comes to women’s health.
The survey is short and easy to complete, with separate surveys for consumers and health professionals:
The Continence Foundation of Australia, the peak body for continence promotion, management and advocacy, is committed to providing high quality continence education to health professionals across Australia.
The Continence Foundation is coming to Canberra in April 2016 to host a FREE education forum for health professionals working with people with disability presented by continence experts.