Indigenous health and wellbeing will be top of the agenda at this week’s Youth Health Forum in Dubbo.
The forum will be streamed live to the University of Sydney’s School of Rural Health from the Westmead Children’s Hospital on Wednesday, March 11, from 9am.
The university’s associate professor Catherine Hawke said it was a valuable opportunity for regional and rural health workers to improve their knowledge and skills, without the need for travel.
“They also provide a chance to network with local people from different disciplines who are working to improve the health and wellbeing of young people in the district,” she said.
This week’s forum will focus on improving the health of the region’s indigenous youth through cultural sensitivity, community support and empowerment and resilience programs.
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