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RFDS Indigenous Health Scholarship Launch

On Monday the 29th of May the Royal Flying Doctors Service held their presentation ceremony awarding two IAHA student members with the RFDS Indigenous Health Scholarship Scheme. RFDS scholarships will support Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students...

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Time management and life balance – The never ending struggle

By Lauren Hutchinson As students I’m sure each and every one of you has had the same struggle that I have had for the last 6 years, balancing a social life, work and study, and getting it all squeezed into the limited hours of the day. Trust me you are not alone in...

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Insight into Prosthetics & Orthotics – Jarrod Cahir

Jarrod is a Prosthetist/Orthotist who works out of hospitals in Alice Springs and Tennant Creek. His ‘Deadly Legs’ program has been instrumental in trying to remove the shame Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people feel when having to wear prosthetic limbs. The...

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Avoiding the Burnout – Will Kennedy

When you hear the word burnout most people think of many things entirely different to actual burnout of an individual. I remember as a boy dreaming of one day owning a car and doing a burnout just like my dad and mum would sometimes do in the car park leaving footy....

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An Insight into Exercise Science – Jed Fraser

Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) covers a vast range of allied health professions from dentistry to podiatry. Let’s explore the unique discipline of exercise science. When most people think about exercise science, they think of personal trainers,...

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