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Lowitja e-Bulletin


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========== ASMR 50th National Scientific Conference on Indigenous Health: Action on Prevention, to be held in Cairns, Queensland, 1316 November 2011. The conference will now include a Professional Development Forum, on Tuesday 15 November, Tracking down the funds: Strategies to access Indigenous health funding. For more information and to register <www.asmr-nsc.org. au>. ========== First National Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference Australias Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Call To Action, in Melbourne, on 2021 November 2012. The Public Health Association of Australia, in partnership with Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia announce the first Australian conference to bring together practitioners, policy makers, scholars and others enthusiastic about improving the sexual and reproductive health of all Australians. The conference will be an excellent opportunity to hear the most recent research and practitioner wisdom and to make your own contribution to implementation ideas foreshadowed in the new National Womens and Mens Health policies. Regular updates for the Conference will be available at <www.phaa.net.au>. For more information contact E: <conference@phaa.net.au>, T: 02 6285 2373. ========== The International Federation for Non-Government Organisations (for the Prevention of Drugs and Substance Abuse) World Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 811 November 2011. The theme of the conference is Strength, Unity and Diversity: Time for an International Voice for NGOs. Interesting and diverse speakers, workshops and events will be taking place over the 4 days. More information is available at <http://www.ifngo.com/front/>. ========== The 3rd Australasian Ethics NetworkConference, Exploring ethics matters in human research, at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, 1617 February 2012. The conference will be preceded by a dedicated half-day HREC101 training/refresher style workshop, tailored to new and continuing Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) members, on Wednesday 15 February 2012. As the leading event of its kind in Australia and New Zealand, the conference brings together a diverse range of delegates including HREC members, research ethics officers, managers and researchers to explore ethical and administrative aspects of human research ethics and integrity. The conference is run purely to benefit delegates, providing excellent knowledge sharing, professional development and networking opportunities. The conference website is at <http://aenconference.com/>. ========== 2012 International Data Linkage Conference (IDLC), in Perth, Western Australia, 24 May 2012. The conference will bring together a wide range of exciting leading international speakers, researchers, data linkers, practitioners, policymakers and consumers to discuss and exchange ideas relating to the full spectrum of utilising data linkage to advance knowledge for better health and social outcomes. Conference website is at <http://www.datalinkage2012.com.au/>. ========== http://www.phaa.net.au/ mailto:conference@phaa.net.au http://www.ifngo.com/front/ http://aenconference.com/ http://www.datalinkage2012.com.au/

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