IAHA Connects with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health students at University of Sydney

On Tuesday 13 September 2016, CEO Donna Murray and Membership Officer Judy Bell visited the University of Sydney, Cumberland Campus.  Here they were fortunate to meet some of their many talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health students, and also catch up with Simone-Cherie Holt, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Recruitment and Support Officer at Yooroang […]

IAHA attends Redfern Statement workshop held 21 September 2016

On Wednesday 21 September 2016 IAHA CEO Donna Murray joined representatives from a number of other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations at a one-day workshop convened by Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion to discuss and progress the Redfern Statement, of which IAHA is a signatory. “The workshop was a positive way forward in building new […]

IAHA Response to Australian Psychological Society’s Apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

On 15 September 2016, the Australian Psychological Society (APS) issued a formal apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples that acknowledges that psychologists have not always listened carefully enough to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people or respected their skills, expertise, world views, and unique wisdom developed over thousands of years. “IAHA applauds the […]