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Annual joint the Western Australian Allied Health Interested in Bush Experience (WAALHIIBE) and Students and Practitioners Interested in Rural Practice Health Education Xcetera (SPINRPHEX) conference

 

Overview

The theme of this conference is Teamwork works in rural health. It will showcase a multi-disciplinary approach to rural health, exploring what this means on a day-to-day basis for rural practitioners. Conference workshops include hands on practical advice from a variety of disciplines, covering dentistry, physiotherapy, podiatry and medicine.

This year the conference will showcase a mini trade show with participating organisations such as Rural Health West, The Australian Physiotherapy Association, the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet, Medical Indemnity Protection Society and much more.

HealthInfoNet Cafe

The annual joint WAALHIIBE and SPINRPHEX conference was attended by about 90 medical and allied health students from Western Australian universities: Edith Cowan University, University of WA and Curtin University. A selection of students from Manea Senior College in Bunbury travelled to Perth for the day to attend the event.

Kathy Ride from the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet ran a cafe at this conference. Students were interested in the HealthInfoNet and the new ClinicalInfoNet web resources and were particularly interested in the free health topic reviews to assist them in their studies.

More information about the HealthInfoNet cafes

Contacts

Cameron
Ph: (08) 9346 7324
Email: cameron.wagner@uwa.edu.au

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Last updated: 2 September 2013
 
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