Smoke-free Indigenous future

Nearly three-quarters of Australian men and over a quarter of Australian women smoked in 1945.

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Commitment to Indigenous Health Conference

Last week, leaders in Indigenous health came together for the Commitment to Indigenous Health: Local and National Contributions to Meeting the Challenges con

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Ray Lovett Awarded 2013 ANU Alumni Student of The Year

IHIG member and PhD Student Ray Lovett has been awarded the ANU Alumni Student of The Year at the 2013 Alumni Awards.

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Engaging our Mob: Indigenous Australians in research workshop

The training workshop, Engaging Our Mob, was developed and run by People Dynamics and sponsored by the ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment to as

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The Indigenous Health Interest Group (IHIG) are a group of researchers and students from the ANU College of Medicine and Health who share an interest in Indigenous health research and/or teaching.

Established in June 2008, our aims are listed below.

  • Improve Indigenous health research and teaching through sharing ideas and insights into Indigenous health research and teaching.
  • Raise the profile of Indigenous health research and teaching at ANU.
  • Gain an appreciation of different research approaches and methodologies used in Indigenous health research, including Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives and approaches.
  • Utilise the Indigenous research knowledge in the group to develop high quality, policy relevant research.
  • Increase the number of Indigenous researchers, teaching and support staff and students within the ANU College of Health and Medicine.
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