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Poche Centre for Indigenous Health

 

Description

The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health was established within the Faculty of Medicine in 2008. The Poche Centre marks the beginning of a strong health partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, to promote change and improve health and social justice outcomes. The primary aim is to contribute to the elimination of disparities in Indigenous health and social justice outcomes by building sustainable partnerships in service delivery, research and developing the Indigenous health workforce.

By developing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health leadership in clinical and public health practice, academia and research will assist in establishing a positive national and international reputation in Indigenous health.

Contacts

Poche Centre for Indigenous Health
Edward Ford Building A27
University of Sydney NSW 2006
Ph: (02) 9114 0829
Email: poche.admin@sydney.edu.au

Dr Tara Walker
Acting Director
Mobile: 0409 549 446
Email: tara.walker@sydney.edu.au
Edward Ford Building A27
The University of Sydney NSW 2006

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Last updated: 20 September 2011
 
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