the aboriginal and Torres strait islander health research showcase

The Australian Health Research Alliance's National Indigenous Capacity Building Network and Health Translation SA presents to you

We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral land we are meeting upon here today, the Kaurna people. We also pay respects to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from other areas of Australia present here. 

about

The Australian Health Research Alliance, Indigenous Research(er) Capacity Building Network (IRNet) and Health Translation SA would like to invite you to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Showcase for 2020.

This is a two-day showcase that is being held in Adelaide, South Australia, on the 27th and 28th of February 2020.

This event is a fantastic opportunity to hear about current Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research and connect with other researchers.

You will learn more about assessing research impact, and also have a chance to network with many of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers that are coming across Australia to attend this event.

Importantly, we will discuss the future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research. This is something you don’t want to miss!

THE SHOWCASE SUMMARY

24

Abstract Oral Presentations

15

Invited Speakers Presentation

178

Showcase Attendees

VENUE

South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000.

REGISTRATION TO ADDITIONAL EVENTS

REGISTER NOW, AS LIMITED PLACES ARE AVAILABLE!

As part of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Showcase.

 

We have organised two additional events for you to register.

 

Please join Kaurna Elder, Uncle Frank Wanganeen on an Aboriginal Cultural Walk.

 

Also, a tour of the South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI)

 

Please click on either the “Cultural Walk” or “SAHMRI Tour” to register to those events.

National Indigenous Research(er) Capacity Building Network

IRNET

The National Indigenous Research(er) Capacity Building Network (IRNet) is an initiative of the Australia Health Research Alliance (AHRA). There are seven Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres and two Centres for innovation in Regional health accredited by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). Together they comprise the Australian health Research Alliance (AHRA) whose purpose is to expedite the translation of research into health benefits for patients. 

Thanks to the following translation centres for their financial support. 

acknowledgements

Showcase Committee

Showcase Scientific Committee

  • Karla Canuto

  • Eliza Schioldann

  • Peter Lacey

  • Cassandra Glenn

  • Douglas Clinch (Jnr)

  • Kootsy Canuto

  • Almond Sparrow

  • Peita Cooper

  • Keira King

  • Katharine McBride

  • Karen Laverty

  • Tina Brodie

  • Karla Canuto

  • Elif Ekinci

  • Glenn Pearson

  • Gregory Pratt

  • Heather D'Antoine

  • Kootsy Canuto

  • Lisa Jackson Pulver

  • Luke Burchill

  • Natasha Howard

  • Odette Pearson

  • Tameka McFadyen

  • Trevor (Tirritpa) Ritchie

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adelaide fringe festival

The Adelaide Fringe Festival is on and we encourage you on attending. We have developed a document with a variety of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performances and art exhibitions for your interest. Please click on the following link to upload information on each show. 

GET IN TOUCH

We'd love to hear from you

Capacity Development Platform
Wardliparingga Aboriginal Health Equity
SAHMRI

 

Email: WardliparinggaCapacityDevelopment@sahmri.com

Phone: (08) 8128 4253