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This section contains information about courses and training offered in Australia that are relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
The courses and training have been rated to the left. The courses and training are listed by title, but you can also select to list them by institution, state, or focus.
When you click on one of the headings of the table, the list will be sorted according to that heading. For more information about the course, click on the title.
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|A lot of Aboriginal men sort of keep it to themselves||Andrology Australia||National|
|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer prevention team||Cancer Council South Australia||National|
|Cancer Awareness Skills Set||Aboriginal Health College, Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council||NSW|
|Cancer basics - a program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers||Cancer Council Queensland||QLD|
|Cancer education course for Aboriginal health professionals||Cancer Council WA||WA|
|Caring for Aboriginal people with life-limiting conditions||CareSearch Palliative Care Knowledge Network||National|
|Chronic disease storyboard||Northern Territory Government eLearning Centre||National, NT|
|Cultural safety training||Aboriginal Health Council Western Australia||National|
|End of life care - a program to strengthen the role, knowledge and practice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers||Cancer Council Queensland||QLD|
|Leading continuous quality improvement for improved client outcomes in primary health care program||CQI Leaders for Health||National, WA|
|Master of primary health care nursing||The University of Sydney, School of Nursing||NSW|
|Preventable chronic conditions course (Darwin and Alice Springs)||Northern Territory Government||NT|
|Providing information about cancer for health workers||Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia Inc.||SA|
|The Flinders closing the gap program||Flinders University||National|
|Workshop for Indigenous health workers on secondary lymphoedema||Cancer Australia||NSW|