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IAHA Media Release – Closing the Gap Report 2019 Commits to Partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) Chief Executive Officer, Ms Donna Murray, attended the release of the Closing the Gap Report 2019 by the Hon Scott Morrison MP, Prime Minister of Australia. IAHA welcomes the Prime Minister reaffirming his commitment to the COAG decision to establish a genuine partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people […]

Chief Aboriginal Health Adviser

The Chief Aboriginal Health Adviser, Aboriginal Health is responsible for leading and implementing strategies to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal people and communities in Victoria. This is a senior role representing the department externally and will have a key role building strong relationships with senior sector and intergovernmental stakeholders. Reporting to the Deputy Secretary, Health […]

Leadership and Business Development Opportunity, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health BUSINESS MANAGER

Join the IAHA Team!!!!! a dynamic Indigenous member organization in a significant business and career development role   Work to increase access to culturally responsive allied health care and improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples   Canberra Based, Senior position (Salary package circa $125K plus) Indigenous Allied Health Australia […]

Yiaga Ngarnga Scholarship

The Doherty Institute is looking to promote a new scholarship for an Indigenous student interested in commencing a PhD in 2019. Named by the Wurundjeri Council, the Yiaga Ngarnga Scholarship for Infection and Immunity will support an Indigenous graduate with demonstrated excellence in the area of immunology or infectious diseases research. Click on the link […]

HOT NORTH 2019 Indigenous Development and Training Awards are due this Friday 8 February 2019.

The purpose of the Indigenous Development and Training Awards is to build Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clinical, public and allied health capacity in northern Australia, with the ultimate aim to improve health outcomes in the five themes supported by Hot North: skin health, respiratory health, antimicrobial resistance, chronic diseases, and vector borne and emerging […]

Leadership and Business Development OPPORTUNITY Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health – BUSINESS MANAGER –

Join a dynamic Indigenous member organisation in a significant business and career development role Work to increase access to culturally responsive allied health care and improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples Canberra Based, Senior position (Salary package circa $125K plus) Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) is a national not-for-profit, […]

Calls to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Practitioners

This week saw the release of the latest research conducted jointly by the Australian National University and NATSIHWA which highlighted the need to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Health Practitioners workforces.    NATSIHWA CEO Karl Briscoe said “We know the importance of our workforce in delivering culturally safe care. They can […]

RDWA – HEALTH WORKFORCE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

HEALTH WORKFORCE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Applications for scholarships and bursaries are now open. RDWA is pleased to invite applications for Round 2 of the Health Workforce Scholarship Program for 2018-19.  Medical, nursing and allied health professionals working in South Australia are encouraged to apply for a scholarship or bursary through the Health Workforce Scholarship Program.  In […]