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HealthInfoNet Cafes

This section provides details of past HealthInfoNet cafes conducted at conferences. A HealthInfoNet café is a unique service that allows us the opportunity to showcase the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet website. Not only is the website a free resource, it is for anyone working or studying in the area of Indigenous health. The opportunity to take delegates through this massive resource is a wonderful value added service that conference organisers can provide.

How a café works

We use the opportunity to ensure they know how to use the site (the main navigation points) and what is available there to assist them in their line of work, such as the largest searchable bibliography on Australian Indigenous health, with over 20,000 publications, and the quarterly online journal, HealthBulletin, which brings together recent published Indigenous health research.

Photos are taken of some delegates and these are put up on the website, with their approval, to show how a café works. We hand out brochures that outline website content on particular health topics and how delegates can access this information on the website. We also present papers at many conferences on the work of the HealthInfoNet, which we find generates even more interest in the HealthInfoNet cafes.

Conference organisers and committees

If you are organising a conference and it is related to Indigenous health or has Indigenous streams or sessions please let us know and we can:

Contact the HealthInfoNet

Conferences with HealthInfoNet cafes

HealthInfoNet cafes

Upcoming HealthInfoNet cafes

Last updated: 1 January 1970
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