Calling for Papers for the 2012 National Indigenous Health Conference: Many Pathways, One Outcome

Top Quote The 2012 National Indigenous Health Conference: Many Pathways, One Outcome scheduled in Gold Coast on December 5-7, 2012 is now calling for papers from interested individuals and organizations. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 04, 2012 - The 2012 National Indigenous Health Conference: Many Pathways, One Outcome is designed to bring together both government and non-government agencies working in the field of Indigenous health. For many years, the provision of Aboriginal health services had been broken and fragmented when it comes to delivery of primary health services. There were government providers and grassroots communities' Aboriginal medical services where in many cases, duplication of services occurred. However over time, service providers have joined forces in not just the physical provision of services but also in such fields as research, health education and even the training of staffs in order to improve Indigenous health, in general.

    This gathering will highlight some of the existing indigenous health programs currently implemented in Aboriginal communities and provide a unique opportunity for delegates and speakers to see the power of people networking together in one place, at one time with similar goals and exchange information regarding the successes and challenges that workers involve in implementing Aboriginal health programs faced. Hence, we encourage grassroots communities to participate and present their existing, successful programs during the event. Papers are now being called for with the closing date on February 01, 2012. To further ensure the continuous success of the conference, an Indigenous working group is being established to advise on correct adherence to cultural equilibrium.

    Guidelines in Submitting Paper:
    Papers shouldn't contain offensive language and take in account cultural sensitivities of host country.
    Papers may treat the themes in a manner that contributes to a further discussion of conference aims.
    Conference papers must be presented in the finish format not less than 90 days prior to the event.
    First closing date for papers is on February 01, 2012.
    Papers that are not chosen in the first round may be resubmitted in the second round.
    Papers should be submitted in Microsoft Word format.
    Authors of papers presented at the conference will be formally notified of their acceptance.
    Registration fee of $426 will apply to all persons submitting papers payable upon acceptance of papers.
    Papers should explore ways in which the themes show up in the philosophy of the conference.
    All papers must be presented in a positive and informative light.

    For more information, please consult the event's website for details at or give us a call at +61411488418.

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