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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Stayin' Strong

 

Overview

The Stayin' Strong project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and seeks to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander radio listeners in Queensland with information about health issues.

Stayin' Strong produces 15 audio messages and a project newsletter each month which covers various health and related topics such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, kidney health, eye care and oral heath, hygiene, community safety, environmental health and cultural ways. Past topic areas can be accessed on the Stayin' Strong website through their archive.

Abstract adapted from Brisbane Indigenous Media Association

Contacts

Brisbane Indigenous Media Association
2 Ambleside Street
West End Qld 4101
Ph: (07) 3892 0100
Email: bimaprojects@989fm.com.au

Related publications

Brisbane Indigenous Media Association (2011)

Are you risking kidney disease?.

: Brisbane Indigenous Media Association

This short podcast on kidney health is one of a series of messages providing information about Indigenous health issues. The podcast includes an interview with Professor Alan Cass who provides information on the symptoms, treatment, and prevention of kidney health. It runs for 1 minutes and 33 seconds.

The podcast was produced by the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association as part of the Stayin' Strong project. The Stayin' Strong project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing and produces about 20 audio messages each month that are initially aired on Indigenous radio station, 98.9fm, for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners in south-east Queensland.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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Last updated: 10 August 2016
 
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