Happy NAIDOC week
NAIDOC stands for the National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee. It is a significant week in the Australian calendar, and an especially important one for many Indigenous communities.
This years theme ‘Songlines is about recording and sharing of dreamtime stories, connecting country to people and people to country through art, stories, song and ceremony.
Between the first and second Sundays in July, events are held across the country and often include music performances, art exhibitions, cultural workshops and activities for children to celebrate Indigenous culture, heritage and history.
Wherever you live, enjoy and take part in NAIDOC Week celebrations.
Find a NAIDOC event near you.
ATSI perspectives of Home Medicines Review
This research found that ATSI patients found medicines review very useful for them to understand their medicines.
Community participation in a remote Aboriginal community
This article describes the evolution of successful innovation to deliver primary healthcare services in remote Aboriginal community.
Is the media part of the Aboriginal health problem and solution?
Is the media stopping us from seeing the real problems and doing something about them.
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