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Welcome to the Indigenous EarInfoNet - for people working, studying or interested in otitis media (middle ear disease) and hearing loss in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We aim to provide health and education workers with quality information and resources about how to prevent and manage ear disease and hearing problems.

The EarInfoNet also supports the Indigenous EarInfoNetwork by providing electronic yarning services that encourage information sharing and collaboration among the full range of health and education workers involved in Indigenous ear health and hearing.

 
 
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About the artwork

Ngummama - Dragonfly by Norma Benger
Ngummama - Dragonfly by Norma Benger

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Menzies School of Health Research Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
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Department of Health and Ageing
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Hearing each other

Website version

Hearing each other can be viewed as a website through any internet browser using a computer, tablet or smart phone. The website has been optimised for use on a smart phone, although it is functional when viewed using a computer or tablet.

View as website

Android application

Hearing each other can be downloaded to your Android smart phone as an app.

Installation instructions

You may get a message on your phone warning that the file can harm your phone. If you confirm you want to keep the file, the app will download automatically and will be listed on your notifications screen.

  • When download is completed, click once on the app as listed on your notifications screen to install the app.
  • Your phone may block installations of applications not obtained from Google Play for security. If so, go to your phone's settings, and allow installations from unknown sources. You may get a warning about this action also.
  • If your phone offers you the option to use the package installer to install, choose this install option.
  • The Hearing each other app can be found among your other apps in alphabetical order.

Download as Android app

 
Last updated: 22 October 2014
 
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