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Training and support unit for Aboriginal mothers, babies, and children

 

Overview

The Training and support unit for Aboriginal mothers, babies, and children (TSU) aims to enhance Indigenous maternal and child health care delivery in New South Wales (NSW) by providing high quality education and support to staff operating the Aboriginal maternal infant health service (AMIHS) and the Building strong foundations for Aboriginal children, families, and communities (BSF) program in the region.

The specific objectives of the TSU are to:

The TSU is managed by the Health Education and Training Institute - Rural.

Abstract adapted from the Health Education and Training Institute

Contacts

Jennifer Wannan
Manager
Training and support unit for Aboriginal mothers, babies, and children
Locked bag 6008
Orange NSW 2800
Ph: (02) 6360 2630
Mobile: 0467 779 360
Email: Jennifer.Wannan@gwahs.health.nsw.gov.au

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Last updated: 24 October 2013
 
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