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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

CRANAplus conference

 

Overview

The theme of the 29th CRANAplus conference is Supporting the full spectrum of remote health practices.

Keynote speakers:

The conference was opened by Hon Helen Morton MLC, WA Minister for Mental Health and Disablity Services. Dr Noel Nannup welcomed the delegates to country.

HealthInfoNet Cafe

CRANAplus conference is an annual event for all health professionals who work in remote areas of Australia. The presentations at this year's event were as diverse as the remote locations in which these health professionals work, with topics ranging from social and emotional wellbeing, Aboriginal Health Workers, women's health, medication dispensing and primary care.
The HealthInfoNet was represented by Jasmina Brankovich who ran a successful cafe at the conference. CRANAplus members are dedicated health professionals, passionate about remote and Aboriginal health and highly skilled in working in some of the most challenging conditions. Many of them use HealthInfoNet resources frequently and this was reflected in the large number of visits made to the cafe. The reviews of health topics were popular among all delegates who found them useful and informative, as well as credible, sources of analysis.

More information about the HealthInfoNet cafes

Contacts

Alice Springs office
79 Bath Street
Alice Springs NT 0870
PMB 203
Alice Springs NT 0872
Ph: (08) 8959 1111
Fax: (08) 8959 1199

Adelaide office
247 South Road
Mile End SA 5031
PO Box 2148
Hilton Plaza SA 5033
Ph: (08) 8408 8200
Fax: (08) 8408 8222

Canberra office
10 Campion Street
Deakin ACT 2600
PO Box 281
Deakin West ACT 2600
Ph: (02) 6162 1831

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Last updated: 18 October 2011
 
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