Indigenous & Remote Health Conference, Brisbane 17 & 18th July

14 May 18
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Indigenous & Remote Health Conference, Brisbane 17 & 18th July

Indigenous & Remote Health conference | Brisbane 17 & 18th July
Rural & Remote Health: Deadly Thinking Workshop | Brisbane 19th July

The Indigenous & Remote Health conference is a two-day event that will provide you with insights on the latest policies and health technologies to advance the efficiency and quality of healthcare services for Indigenous & remote communities.

Program highlights:

  • Mental Health Issues: Problems and priorities in Indigenous & remote communities
  • Approaches and strategies to overcome barriers to chronic disease management
  • Deciphering changing demography and disease patterns
  • Telehealth strategies and technological approaches for closing the gap
  • Gain insights on the latest development of healthcare policies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
  • Learn how Queensland Health is coordinating and delivering culturally-appropriate and patient-centred care
  • Provide integrated healthcare across hospitals, PHNs, not-for-profits and other providers – perspectives from Indigenous health groups SARRAH and NCACCH
  • Foster partnerships between Indigenous communities and mainstream healthcare providers, key insights from Reconciliation Queensland, Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Council, Queensland Health and Mornington Shire Council
  • Explore the frameworks employed by Kambu Health and On Track Community Programs to reduce the misuse of alcohol, drugs and other substances in Indigenous & remote communities
  • Understand how the latest development of telehealth may be the key to close the gap in Indigenous health outcomes

Rural & Remote Health: Deadly Thinking Workshop | Brisbane 19th July

This social and emotional wellbeing and suicide prevention workshop is designed by Indigenous Australians for Indigenous communities, healthcare professionals, Government and NFPs to enhance the mental health and lower the suicide rates amongst Indigenous Peoples.

For more information about the Indigenous & Remote Health conference and Deadly Thinking Workshop, visit:

Register here: and save 10% with VIP discount code: RRMH10