Happy New Year! The staff and Board of IAHA hope that you had a wonderful holiday period and are recharged and ready to face the year ahead

Happy New Year!

The staff and Board of IAHA hope that you had a wonderful holiday period and are recharged and ready to face the year ahead.

 

IAHA’s changing to be a Company – Don’t Get Left Behind!!!

At our Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Brisbane on 24 November 2012, IAHA Members voted to transfer our organisational structure to a "Company Limited by Guarantee" (CLG) under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act). This transition will support IAHA growth into the future as a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health peak body. As part of the transition process, we require the consent and agreement of all current Members to become a member of the new IAHA Ltd.
 
In order to keep disruptions to membership to a minimum, we would be grateful if all IAHA Members could complete, sign and return this form by 31 March 2013.
Please note:
If current Members choose not to sign and return the form, they will cease to be a member once we transfer into a company  in April 2013. However, can reapply anytime in the future.
 
Please contact us or visit the members section of the IAHA website if you have any questions about the process and to view the new Constitution..

MURRA MULLANGARI
PATHWAYS – ALIVE AND WELL

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Careers Development Program



Murra Mullangari, a live-in intensive program being held 10-15 April 2013 in Canberra, ACT, aims to inspire Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to pursue a career in health and to support them in their transition from secondary school to the health workforce.

Applications NOW OPEN for Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander students currently studying in years 10 -12 who are interested in a health career. There is no cost for students to attend Murra Mullangari.

Only 30 places available! Applications close 3rd March 2013

For further information or to download an application pack, visit www.aida.org.au/murramullangari or phone 1800 190 498

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Health Workforce Australia Consultations…

Australian Health Leadership Framework

Health Workforce Australia (HWA) invites you to provide feedback on the Australian Health Leadership Framework by attending a consultation event in your capital city.

To find out more about the HWA Australian Health Leadership Framework Consultation click here

To register your attendance at one of the consultation events go to: http://www.hwa.gov.au/leadership-consultation and click on the event of your choice.
Please note that numbers will be limited at each event. HWA will ensure that the participation at consultations represents a cross section of the key stakeholder groups in each location.

For further information please email:  HWALeadership@hwa.gov.au

HWA Health Professionals Prescribing Pathway Project
Health Workforce Australia (HWA) has now commenced the final phase of the Health Professionals Prescribing Pathway (HPPP) Project and seeks your views on the final structure of the HPPP, including design and robustness of the steps, principles, tools, prescribing models and roles in the HPPP.  Feedback on implementation requirements will also be sought to assist in the development of an implementation plan for the HPPP. 

We invite your submissions during this consultation period via www.hwaconnect.net.au/hppp. The consultation process can be completed online or is available to download and return electronically. Please note that the closing date for submissions 8 March 2013.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr Nicholas Lord, Project Manager, HWA on nicholas.lord@hwa.gov.au  or 07 3131 6816.

12th National Rural Health Conference - Support for selected delegates

The National Rural Health Alliance (NRHA) has been funded by the Department of Health and Ageing to assist a small number of people to attend the 12th National Rural Health Conference (Adelaide, 7-10 April 2013).
The support is available for people who work in a rural or remote area for an organisation that assists Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and/or older people and/or people with a disability to optimise their health and wellbeing. Individuals in one or more of those three groups are also eligible.

The grants will cover conference registration, accommodation (including breakfast) for up to four nights and travel by air or other means (not exceeding the cost of the best value fare available at the time).
Click here for further information and to download application form and guidelines.

Applications must be received by cob 25 February 2013. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application in early March 2013.
For further information please email conference@ruralhealth.org.au or phone (02) 6285 4660.
 

Cranaplus calls for Abstracts

Cranaplus is holding its 31st Conference, From the Cradle to the Grave - The Challenges Facing Remote Service Provision across the Life Span Continuum, in Darwin Wednesday 25 – Saturday 28 September 2013.

They are calling for abstracts that cover the challenges, pitfalls, barriers and solutions for delivering health care program(s) in one of the following areas:
•             Birth
•             Sexual Health
•             Child Health
•             Palliative Care
•             Adolescent Health
•             End of Life
•             Mental Health
 
Click Here for more information.
To be involved in our mentoring program please visit our website NOW!
In our next newsletter IAHA will be announcing their 2013 Conference and call for abstracts.
 
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