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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Creating Futures: Research, Practice and Policy

 

Overview

The Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health Queensland is organising the Creating Futures Conference, which will have the theme: Indigenous, rural & remote and Island Nations in transition. The conference will focus on theoretical debates and evidence based interventions with particular attention to three groups of interest: residents of rural and remote communities, Indigenous populations (of Australia and elsewhere) and Island Nations experiencing social transition.

Invited speakers include:

Deadline for submission of abstracts is 28 March, 2008

HealthInfoNet Cafe

The Creating Futures: Research, practice & policy for Indigenous, rural & remote and island peoples conference focussed on theoretical debates and evidence based interventions with particular attention to three groups of interest: residents of rural and remote communities, indigenous populations (within Australia and elsewhere) and island nations experiencing social transition. Speakers addressed: developing the evidence base for effective policy and interventions to bring about positive change; empowering communities and families; and how policy, services and practitioners enable population and personal change that supports wellbeing and recovery. Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet staff member, Jane Burns, ran a HealthInfoNet cafe at the conference.

Jerome Farah, Michael Farah, Kevin Nugara and Matthew Presley Johnathan Link Vaoita Turituri
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Contacts

Creating Futures Conference
C/- The Conference Organiser
146 Leicester Street
Carlton VIC 3053
Ph: (03) 9349 2220
Email: info@conorg.com.au

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Last updated: 23 May 2011
 
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