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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Places still available for upcoming HealthInfoNet workshops in the Kimberley

Date posted: 1 August 2012

There are still places available to participate in upcoming HealthInfoNet (AIH) workshops in the Kimberley region of Western Australia (WA).

The workshops are free, and will be delivered from 6-17 August 2012 (over the next two weeks) at various health services in the region. There is a maximum of 20 places per workshop.

Workshops run from one and a half to two hours depending on the interests and needs of the participants. Content includes a walk-through of the AIH website, with particular focus on those areas and features most applicable to a particular audience.

Workshops running in Broome in the second week of August (6-10) with vacant spots available:

Morning and evening workshops are also being run at the following locations:
  • Derby (10 August)
  • Fitzroy Crossing (13 August)
  • Halls Creek (15 August)
  • Kununurra (17 August).
Please see attached flyer for further information, including booking details and specific locations.


Michelle Catto
HealthInfoNet Workshop Coordinator


Last updated: 1 August 2012
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