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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

HealthInfoNet's free workshop program in Western Australia now underway

Date posted: 8 May 2012

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet workshops - a program of free workshops across Western Australia (WA) in 2012 and early 2013 - are now underway, with the first kicking off at the South Metropolitan Public Health Unit in Fremantle yesterday (8 May).

Participant feedback was positive, and the use of iPads during the workshop was enjoyed by participants.

The workshops provide interactive training to Indigenous and other health workers, aiming to increase their awareness of the HealthInfoNet, and equip them with skills to obtain information necessary to their work. Further workshops will take place during the week, both at the South Metropolitan Public Health Unit and the Heart Foundation Australia.

If you work in Indigenous health in WA, and are interested in finding out more about these workshops, or participating in a free workshop, please click on the links for more information.


Michelle Catto
HealthInfoNet Workshop Coordinator


Last updated: 9 May 2012
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