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3rd Coalition for research to improve Aboriginal health (CRIAH) Aboriginal health research conference



This conference is convened by the Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health (CRIAH) a partnership between the Sax Institute and the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council (AH&MRC). The theme of this conference is Research for a better future. It will showcase significant new findings about Aboriginal health from research conducted in partnership with Aboriginal communities.

The conference will include the follow research topics:

Abstract submissions close due Friday 29 November 2010.

Early bird registration closes Tuesday 15 March 2011.

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Highlights of the conference, which attracted around 300 delegates to Sydney on 5-6 May to consider ‘Research for a better future', included the keynote addresses by Pat Anderson, chairperson of the Lowitja Institute and Professor Ezra Susser, Professor of Psychiatry and Epidemiology of the Mailman School of Public Heath at Columbia University in New York, USA. Ms Anderson stressed the need for the research evidence to inform policy and practice in Indigenous health, and Professor Susser provided a variety of international examples in his address linking social justice and mental health.

These keynote addresses were complemented by major symposia - effective partnerships between Indigenous communities and researchers for both adults and children, translation of research to policy for mental health, and building the base to support research - and a number of concurrent sessions devoted to key issues in Indigenous health research.
Many delegates took advantage of the opportunity of getting hands-on experience of the HealthInfoNet at a cafe.

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Julie McGraw
2010 Conference Manager

Michelle Glasson
Web Manager

Deborah Hudnall
Conference Registration Coordinator


Last updated: 20 May 2011
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