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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin Alcohol and other drugs knowledge centre Yarning Places
 

7th National Rural Health Conference

 

Overview

The 7th National Rural Health Conference was held in Hobart, Tasmania on 1-4 March 2003 and addressed the theme 'The art of science and community - sharing country know-how'.

HealthInfoNet Cafe

Neil Thomson and Bronwyn Gee, conducted a symposium titled the 'Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet - a model of knowledge sharing for the health sector'. This allowed participants to understand how the HealthInfoNet's work focuses on the generation and sharing of knowledge to assist decision-making in Indigenous health. In addition, the HealthInfoNet staff conducted a HealthInfoNet cafe.

More information about the HealthInfoNet cafes

Related publications

Kildea S (2003)

Risk and childbirth in rural and remote Australia.

Paper presented at the 7th National Rural Health Conference. 1-4 March 2003, Hobart, Tasmania

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Last updated: 23 July 2009
 
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