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Poche Indigenous Health Network

Established and funded by philanthropists Greg Poche AO and Kay Van Norton Poche, the Poche Indigenous Health Network aims to help close the gap in life expectancy and achieve health equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We recognise that respecting local communities and supporting collaboration and self-determination will be the only way to achieve this goal.

The vision for the Poche Indigenous Health Network was developed by Reg Richardson AM and Tom Calma AO both of whom are dear friends of the Poche family.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land across Australia and pay our respect to the Elders past, present and future. We also acknowledge young people as they are our future leaders.

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RESEARCH

Opinion Paper – Allied Health

KTF - Allied Health - Opinion Paper Details of Key Thinkers Forum:   Date: Monday, 9 September 2019 Time: 11.45am – 3.00pm Location: Dame Dorothy Tangney Alcove, Parliament House, Canberra...

Key Thinkers Forum Media – Allied Health

Key Thinkers Forum Media - 9 September 2019 Opening Nicole Turner Paul Talbot Prof. Pat Dudgeon Prof. Michelle Lincoln...

Briefing Paper – Allied Health

Key Thinkers Forum – 6 September 2019 When we talk of ‘closing the gap’, it includes all areas of health and requires effort and attention that look at health with a holistic view. Date: Monday, 9...

How do we build and support an Allied Health wordforce to meet the need of Community?

Key Thinkers Forum - 9 September 2019 We know that an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander local health workforce is vital for the success of Closing the Gap in health disparity in Australia. We...

EVENTS & MEDIA

Key Thinkers Forum Media – Allied Health

Key Thinkers Forum Media - 9 September 2019 Opening Nicole Turner Paul Talbot Prof. Pat Dudgeon Prof. Michelle Lincoln...

Key Thinkers Forum Media – Ear Health

Media - KTF Ear Health - 6 August 2019 Opening Prof. Kelvin Kong Sam Harkus Prof. Dennis McDermott Carmen Parter Poche Opinion

Festival of Indigenous Health Research

MEDIA RELEASE August 16, 2018 Festival of Health Research for Indigenous PhDs and Post Docs The Future of Indigenous Health Leadership 21-22 November 2018 The University of Melbourne, Parkville...

“Business as usual” health care unsafe for Indigenous Australians

MEDIA RELEASE September 06, 2017 ‘Business as usual’ health care unsafe for Indigenous Australians An article regarding the work of Prof Dennis McDermott, Director of Poche...

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