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This annual conference informs participants of the latest developments in remote health care policy, drug therapies, technologies and therapeutic treatments for clients in their care. The speakers who present at the conference are representative of all areas of remote health delivery, student bodies and educational institutions. Also in attendance are representatives from state and federal governments, academics, managers and policy makers.
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The Cranaplus annual national conference was held at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in Darwin, Northern Territory on the 26th - 28th of September 2013. The conference theme was From the cradle to the grave - challenges facing remote service provision across the lifespan continuum. The conference is an annual event which serves as both a professional and social resource for remote health workers across Australia. Conference participants are informed, among other things, of the latest developments in remote health care policy, drug therapies, technologies and therapeutic treatments for clients in their care.
Stephanie Colbert from the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet conducted an internet cafe to promote the recent release of the Australian Indigenous ClinicalInfoNet to conference delegates. The cafe aimed to raise awareness of how the ClinicalInfoNet could support delegates in their capacity as remote health workers. Delegates who participated in the café were enthusiastic about the new resource and saw it as a potential useful tool for preventing and managing chronic disease in their day-to-day work.
Cranaplus conference delegates who wish to follow-up a discussion instigated at the HealthInfoNet exhibition stand are invited to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.orgHealthInfoNet cafes
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