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Lowitja e-Bulletin


Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health


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Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health

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Melbourne (Vic.)


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like to participate in this study, please send an email Dr Jill S. Hill (Columbia University, New York) at <jh2937@columbia.edu>. New centre for excellence in Aboriginal health clinical research at the University of New South Wales to study the incidence of HIV and other blood borne and sexually transmitted diseases in Indigenous communities. Full text of the Hon. Nicola Roxons media release available at: <http://www.health.gov.au/internet/ministers/publishing.nsf/Content/mr-yr09-nrnr038.htm>. SNAICC student placements. SNAICC is the national peak body in Australia representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families. It develops policy papers and makes public submissions to relevant government policy development, inquiry and review processes. Specifically, SNAICC is targeting Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students from areas such as Social Work, Welfare, Social Sciences (Policy and Research) and Graphic Design./Visual Arts. Contact: Sue Beecher, SNAICC Staff and Organisational Development Manager, T: (03) 9489 8099, F: (03) 9489 8044, E: <sbeecher@snaicc.asn.au>, M: 0408950923. Child Rearing Stories project to collect positive stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child rearing practices. Contact SNAICC on (03) 9489 8099 or email <janeh@SNAICC.asn.au> or <sbeecher@snaicc.asn.au> for more information. CONFERENCES Pathfinders: The Innovators Conference 2009, in Canberra, 2628 May 2009. The Australian Science Festival, which is part of this conference, will showcase the work of Cooperative Research Centres, including the CRCAH. More information at: <http://www.crca.asn.au/conference/>. Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs (APSAD) 2009 Conference, in Darwin, 14 November 2009. The conference will have dedicated Indigenous streams. Contact Carolyn Thompson on T: 08 8922 6707 or E: <carolyn.thompson@menzies.edu.au>, or Valerie Thompson on T: 08 8922 7943 or E: <valerie.thompson@menzies.edu.au>, who are Indigenous Research Officers at the Menzies School of Health Research. Abstracts due 29 May; funding for Indigenous presenters may be available: <http://www.apsadconference.com.au>. Healing Our Spirit Worldwide The Sixth Gathering will take place on the island of Honolulu in Hawaii from 3 to 10 September 2010. See website: <http://www.hosw.com>. 7th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Environmental Health Conference, in Kalgoorlie, WA, 12 15 May 2009. Program and registration brochure now available at: <http://www.natsieh.com.au>.

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