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Advisory board

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet Advisory Board

The Advisory Board was formed in 2008 to provide expert strategic advice to the Director and Management Team of the HealthInfoNet to assist in optimising our contributions to ‘closing the gap’ between the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians.

The Advisory Board comprises representatives of key stakeholder organisations and members selected for their individual expertise. Members are:

Advisory Board meetings

Future meetings

The next face to face meeting for the HealthInfoNet Advisory Board will be held in Perth in August, 2016.

Past meetings:

DateMeeting typeCommunique
31 August 2015 face to face meeting in Melbourne  
4 November 2014 face to face meeting in Canberra  
3 April 2014 tele-meeting  
28 November 2013 tele-meeting  
16 July 2013 tele-meeting Advisory Board Communiqué (PDF 127KB)
26 February 2013 tele-meeting Advisory Board Communiqué (PDF 356KB)
13 September 2012 face to face meeting in Canberra Advisory Board Communiqué (PDF 96KB)
30 November 2011 tele-meeting Advisory Board Communiqué (PDF 107KB)
8 August 2011 tele-meeting  
1 March 2011 tele-meeting Advisory Board Communiqué (PDF 117KB)
6 September 2010 face to face meeting in Darwin  
23 June 2010 tele-meeting  
4 February 2010 tele-meeting  
8 September 2009 face to face meeting in Canberra  
4 April 2009 tele-meeting  
18 September 2008 tele-meeting  

Our reference groups

As well as the strategic advice provided by the HealthInfoNet's Advisory Board, we are assisted in specific areas by a number of reference and/or steering groups. We currently have reference groups assisting in the areas of ear health and hearing, eye health, substance use, and social and emotional wellbeing.

Development of the evidence-base for Indigenous environmental health practitioners is being guided by a similar group.

Last updated: 23 May 2016
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