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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

National Primary Health Care conference

 

Overview

The theme of the conference is Primary health care: keeping people well and out of hospital.

It will focus on three streams:

Keynote presentations:

Conference chair: Dr Norman Swan, the Health Report, ABC Radio National.

Opening plenary:

Plenary two:

Plenary three:

Closing plenary:

HealthInfoNet Cafe

The National Primary Health Care Conference 2013 was held on the Gold Coast 13-15 November. It attracted over 1000 delegates from around the country. The conference program centered on the theme "Primary Health Care: Keeping people well and out of hospital" with three streams focusing on: Healthy Communities, Connecting Care and Fostering Capacity. The conference chair was Dr Norman Swan. Delegates gave positive about the conference program and the pre-conference workshops which included Indigenous health were well attended.

The National Primary Health Care Conference Trade Exhibition is one of the largest primary health care focused trade exhibitions in Australia. There were 37 exhibitors at this year’s conference and included NACCHO, the Indigenous eye health unit, APNA, NATSIHWA and CATSINaM. The HealthInfoNet promoted its newest project the Australian Indigenous ClinicalInfoNet as well as the key resources for health practitioners on the HealthInfoNet site.  

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Contacts

Sponsorship opportunities:
Lorren De Lucia
Senior Events Coordinator
Ph: (02) 6228 0818
Email: ldelucia@amlalliance.com.au

Exhibition opportunities:
Nicole Shepherd
Senior Events Coordinator
Ph: (02) 6228 0846
Email: nshepherd@amlalliance.com.au

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Last updated: 25 November 2013
 
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