IAHA enters new Partnership
Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) is pleased to announce a new partnership with The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet, an innovative, national resource that undertakes translation research to inform practice and policy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
The HealthInfoNet encourages and supports information-sharing among practitioners, policy-makers and others working to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Its online yarning places (electronic networks) allow people across the country to share information, knowledge and experience.
Based at Edith Cowan University in Perth, the HealthInfoNet is a not-for-profit organisation funded largely by the Australian Government. Its national audience is wide and diverse, including Indigenous community-controlled services and their representative bodies, government agencies, non-government organisations, other health service agencies, health professionals and their associations, researchers and tertiary students. Access to all information on the site is free and available to everyone.
IAHA and The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet are committed to working together as a part of their commitment to improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health outcomes.
October 30, 2012
Categories: IAHA News
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