The #CommunityControl Twitter Festival is spotlighting the work of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services in tobacco control. Below is the second in a rolling series of reports from the guest tweeters (read the first one here).
The Festival is sponsored by the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW (AH&MRC) and hosted by Croakey Professional Services. The moderators are Amy McQuire, Dr Tim Senior and Hayley McQuire. Bookmark this link to follow the rolling posts.
The event’s two hashtags were trending nationally before 9.30am.
Celebrating success in tobacco control initiatives in the South Coast region of NSW
Waminda South Coast Women’s Health and Welfare Aboriginal Corporation
Waminda addresses the social determinants of health while providing a center of excellence for women’s health and is a leader in linking culture with education, health and well-being, For more info please contact us http://www.waminda.org.au
Waminda’s Comprehensive Care program is a combination of healthy lifestyle & chronic disease prevention/management strategies delivered through a strength-based, individualised culturally driven framework offering a whole-of-life approach to health & well-being #Unfunded
Our Aboriginal Health Worker being a role model… #exerciseismedicine #cleanair #nosmokes #AHW
Linking Tobacco Control & Culture
• Cancer Institute NSW
Watch the videos via Aboriginal Quitline.
Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation
This is the second in a series of posts from the Twitter Festival. Bookmark this link to follow the rolling posts.
The Twitter festival is hosted by Croakey Professional Services on behalf of the AH&MRC. We thank the AH&MRC for organising the program.
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