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Date posted: 25 March 2013
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (AIH) has launched a series of short informational films that aim to educate users about some of the key resources available on the AIH website.
The films include information about the types of material available in the key resources, how each feature can be accessed from our homepage, and how they can be utilised to their full potential.
A key website feature covered in one of the films is the HealthBibliography. The HealthBibliography is a comprehensive bibliographic database which includes up to date bibliographic records for Indigenous health literature. It is provided free of charge by the AIH and is updated almost every day.
Other resources covered in the informational films include the HealthBulletin, yarning places, health topics, and the translational research conducted at the AIH. One of the films also discusses the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) material available on our site, which can be used by health practitioners to maintain their professional knowledge, or to extend their understanding of various health issues.
If you have any feedback or questions about any of our films, please contact us on the details below.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Edith Cowan University
2 Bradford Street
Mt Lawley WA 6050
Ph: (08) 9370 6336