The Oceania Tobacco Free Conference was held in Perth with the theme, “let’s make smoking history”. Reporter: Marie Mcinerney
Australian College of Nursing’s National Nursing Forum was held in Hobart. Reporter: Marie McInerney
This report compiles a series of articles examining the implications for Indigenous people globally of the UN Political Declaration on Noncommunicable Diseases. It also includes tweets from a related #IndigenousNCDs Twitter festival.
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