IAHA Response to NATIONAL BUDGET 2016-2017

Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) asserts that a strong and visible commitment by governments to building a culturally safe and responsive health system that provides equitable access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to allied health services is required in order to really make a difference. This was not evident in the National Budget […]

2014-2015 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (NATSISS) Released

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have released the 2014-2015 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (NATSISS). The NATSISS is the most comprehensive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-specific survey in Australia. Run every six years, the NATSISS covers a broad range of social subject matter including culture and cultural identity, social networks, housing, health-related […]

IAHA SRC Members Reflection of Caring for Country Kids Conference

The Caring for Country Kids Conference was held in Alice Springs from the 17th-19th of April.  As members of the IAHA Student Representative Committee, Nellie and Celeste had the opportunity to represent IAHA at the conference, along with Workforce Development Officer, Kylie Stothers. “We heard from Ministers, professionals (including Allied Health professionals) and many academics […]