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Complexity Of Indigenous Health Funding Is Impediment To Success starstarstarstarstar   17th August 2009 - Views: 307 Complexity Of Indigenous Health Funding Is Impediment To Success Project leader and Flinders University Professor Judith Dwyer said the research had demonstrated that these funding arrangements are inefficient, and could actually compromise a central policy plank of government efforts to close the health inequity gap.

Turning Good Intentions Into Coordinated Action starstarstarstarstar   16th August 2009 - Views: 362 Turning Good Intentions Into Coordinated Action Addressing the Inaugural Indigenous Cardiovascular Health Conference, Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon, said Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders are twice as likely to die from cardiovascular disease as non-Indigenous Australian.

Decision Will Ensure Continued Rigorous Aboriginal Health Research starstarstarstarstar   7th August 2009 - Views: 279 Decision Will Ensure Continued Rigorous Aboriginal Health Research CRCAH Chair, Pat Anderson, said the decision would be welcomed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and all Australians concerned about the continuing low life expectancies and other indicators of the current poor health status of Aboriginal people.

'role Model' Trainee Picks Up Naidoc Award starstarstarstarstar   5th August 2009 - Views: 311 'role Model' Trainee Picks Up Naidoc Award Ms Fleming works in RMIT University‚Äôs Ngarara Willim Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Centre as an Administration Officer, through the 370 Degrees Group.

Koori Express Proves Popular With Indigenous Students 1 starstarstarstarstar   30th July 2009 - Views: 352 Koori Express Proves Popular With Indigenous Students 1 RMIT Indigenous Education Liaison Officer, Eric Clarke, said this year they were expecting over 60 people to take part.

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