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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

38th National Environmental Health Australia (EHA) conference

 

Overview

The 38th national Environmental Health Australia (EHA) and the 67th annual state conference Environmental Health Australia (Western Australia) Incorporated will incorporate World Environmental Health Day. Pre conference workshops are planned for Monday 23 September 2013 and a half day post conference workshop on Friday 27 September 2013.

Presenters include:

HealthInfoNet Cafe

Miranda Poynton and Millie Harford-Mills from the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet presented at this conference. The purpose of their presentation was to familiarise delegates with the HealthInfoNet's dedicated portal for Indigenous environmental health practitioners, as well as with the general features of the HealthInfoNet website.

Delegates expressed particular interest in the HealthInfoNet's:

The HealthInfoNet presented as part of a session specifically about environmental health as it relates to Indigenous communities. The other presenters in the session were:

The 2013 national Environmental Health Australia (EHA) conference in Perth was well attended, attracting about 350 delegates from Western Australia, interstate and overseas. The EHA is a sponsor of the forthcoming National and Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Environmental Health (NATSIEH) conference in Adelaide in November 2013.

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Contacts

Julianne Samandari
Executive Officer EHA (WA) Inc.
Email: wa@eh.org.au

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Last updated: 22 October 2013
 
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