|Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) will be holding its second national conference
Healthy Footprints – Leading Generational Change, in Adelaide 26-27 November 2013 at the Hilton Adelaide.
Abstracts are now open!! Click here to read more or submit an abstract.
Are you looking to invest in improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and well being?? Click here to download the IAHA Sponsorship Kit
Conference registrations will open from 1 July 2013
ATTENTION IAHA Members - Only 6 days to go...
IAHA is becoming a company in 6 days. Stay with us...It’s *FREE! As you are probably aware, all our existing members must sign a consent form to be part of the new IAHA Ltd.
CONSENT FORM MUST BE RETURNED NO LATER THAN 11th APRIL, 2013
A Big Thank You to the many members who have already returned their consent forms and will therefore join us as we move forward!!!
*Please note that the amount shown on the consent form is NOT to be paid to IAHA, it is the agreed guaranteed amount a member would pay if ever the company ceases to exist.
IAHA Launches New Website
To coincide with the announcement of our second National Conference, we have revamped our website so the content you want is much easier to access and share with your friends.
From a new design and layout, better functionality, and a dedicated conference page, http://iaha.com.au is the best way to keep up-to-date with all things IAHA.
IAHA Welcomes New Staff Member - Larry Brandy
Larry Brandy is a Wiradjuri man originally from Condobolin, central NSW and has just joined IAHA as our Membership Engagement Officer. He has over 30 yrs experience in the public and community service sectors, including universities in student support and recruitment.
Invitation to Submit Abstracts for 10th National Allied Healthy Conference
On behalf of the National Allied Health Conference Organising Committee, we extend a warm invitation for you to join us at the 2013 National Allied Heath Conference to be held October 17-18 October at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland.
for more information.
HEAL™ program available for IAHA members
The Healthy Eating Activity and Lifestyle (HEAL™) program is a lifestyle modification program that supports people and their families to develop long term changes to their nutrition and physical activity behaviours.
For further information visit http://www.essa.org.au/for-gps/heal-program/
or contact national coordinator Jerrad Borodzicz on firstname.lastname@example.org
or 1300 179 765.
Allied Health CPD Scholarships now open!
Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) is pleased to announce that the NAHSSS Allied Health Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scholarship applications opened on 2 April and close on 6 May.
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or more information.
Cranaplus Undergraduate Scholarships now open!
for more information.