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Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses (CATSIN) conference

 

Overview

The theme of the conference is Are we there yet? It will look at the progress made in the fields of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health: professional nursing issues and ideas and clinical presentations.

Abstracts closing date close of business Friday 8 July 2011.

HealthInfoNet Cafe

The 13th National CATSIN conference and annual general meeting was held in Brisbane from 21-23 September. It was attended by around 80 delegates.

The conference theme was "Are we there yet?" and addressed professional nursing issues in the context of Indigenous health. The keynote speaker was Joan Winch, founder of Marr Mooditj Foundation in Western Australia. There were also several presentations addressing workforce issues; the National training plan, remote area nursing, and nurse education.

Kathy Ride ran a HealthInfoNet cafe for two days, which generated considerable interest.

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Contacts

CATSIN
14 Cassia Avenue
Banksia Beach QLD 4507
Ph: (07) 3410 7236
Fax: (07) 3410 7235
Email: catsin@bigpond.net.au

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Last updated: 26 October 2011
 
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