Arts and Health Forum: Making the Connections

A one-day forum presented by Country Arts SA in association with the Institute for Creative Health

With conversation host, Fenella Kernebone

Join your fellow health care, community and local government colleagues, artists, artsworkers and researchers in a one-day forum to find our common ground, explore ways of working together to demonstrate the case for arts as key to healthy individuals and communities.

The Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference 2016 - Adelaide Australia

The Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference (26th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine) is the premier HIV Conference in Australia and the Asia and Pacific region. Delegates to the conference come from a range of professional backgrounds including basic science, clinical medicine, community programs, education, epidemiology, indigenous health, international and regional issues, nursing and allied health, policy, primary care, public health and prevention, and social research.

ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation - Research grants

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’s Aboriginal Cultural awareness workshop │ DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY

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’?

Workforce in Diabetes Education survey

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:

Improving access to abortion in New South Wales: health providers and women’s perspectives

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.