Report of the 6th National Conference
6th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Environmental Health Conference Cairns, Queensland.
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- Table of contents
- Foreword by the Working Group on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Environmental Health
- Introduction from enHealth
- Keynote Speakers
- Official Conference Opening
- AMRIC/IFAW launch of the on-line resource manual “Conducting Dog Health Programs in Indigenous Communities: A Veterinary Guide”
- Animal Control and Welfare Management - Animal Management Registration & Micro- Chipping Program
- Implementation of the NSW Health Competency Guide for Aboriginal trainee EHWs
- Identifying appropriate environmental health interventions to reduce the transmission of pathogenic organisms that cause diarrhoea, skin and respiratory infections: Hand washing Project
- Sustaining Environmental Health in Indigenous Communities
- Queensland Health Takes on the Challenge: Our Evolving Role in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Environmental Health
- Indigenous involvement in natural resource management
- A trial of biological treatment system in an Aboriginal community in coastal NSW
- Malabugilmah constructed wetland,wastewater reuse and sports oval construction project.
- Blacktown Aboriginal Safety Promotion Program – Home Safe Home Project Stream
- No Pulgi – Urban Indigenous Homelessness and its Effect on Health
- Keeping Research on Track
- Aedes Albopictus (asian tiger) Eradication Program
- A Model for the Delivery of Environmental Health Services on a Regional Basis
- Canning the Dump – Recycling in a Remote Cape York Peninsula Aboriginal Community
- Working to Improve Water and Sewerage Provision in Discrete Aboriginal Communities in NSW : Murdi Paaki Region Case Study
- Food Safety, Animal & Pest Control Project
- Remote Community Water Management Project
- Te Riu O Hokianga Environmental Health Through Maori Community Development
- Climate Change and Environmental Health
- Plenary Session Led By Merle O’donnell
- Poster Story Boards