As you may have already seen, we are encouraging Croakey contributors and readers to engage with health election debate by using #HealthElection16. This hashtag is registered with the analytics site, Symplur, which allows you to track and read the Twitter transcript.
Meanwhile, thanks to roving reporters Professor Kerry Arabena, Marie McInerney and others for contributing to the #HealthElection16 Twitter essay below. If other readers or contributors would like to do similar, this would be most welcome.
And thanks also to Dr Ruth Armstrong and Dr Lesley Russelll for their Periscope/YouTube contribution to the #HealthElection16 debate – you can watch it from the bottom of this post, or on Croakey TV.
As well as presenting at the recent Caring for Country Kids conference in Alice Springs, the University of Melbourne’s Professor Kerry Arabena managed to round up some #HealthElection16 commentary.
Meanwhile, Croakey’s Marie McInerney found these #HealthElection16 priorities at the recent World Indigenous Cancer Conference in Brisbane.
And during recent visits to Canberra, I found some more #HealthElection16 wishlists.
And here are some more #HealthElection16 priorities:
Watch Dr Lesley Russell elaborate on the issues outlined in her tweet above, during this interview with Croakey moderator Dr Ruth Armstrong.
Meanwhile, as the image above shows, there have been almost 19.5 million Twitter impressions for #HealthElection16 since 21 March, with 1,231 participants. More Symplur analytics info is here.