2024 Indigenous Health, Public Health Research & Chronic Diseases Conferences

22 - 24 July, 2024

Hilton Hotel, Gold Coast

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Upcoming Events

National Closing The Gap Indigenous Health Conference

National Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference

The 2024 National Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference is scheduled to be held at the Hilton Hotel in the Gold Coast on July 22-24, 2024. It is the only conference that has been continuously running since the establishment of the Closing the Gap concept and is the largest gathering of delegates from all sectors outside of Indigenous national associations. The conference is held annually and over the past ten years has attracted thousands of attendees bringing together representatives from all states and territories governments, First Nations medical services and mainstream health sectors, First Nations communities, allied health professionals, ACCHOs, NGOs, researchers and interested individuals. The conference is hosted by Indigenous Conference Services with great line up of First Nations speakers from all throughout Australia. The event is based upon the principal belief that Indigenous health must be approached from a holistic view, which encompasses body, mind and spirit; thus, leading to the fundamental rights of self-determination. The conference recognises that treating our health must be done by treating the whole person, through mind, body, soul and culture. No matter what your culture is, if you're a First Nations person, statistics show that health, education and the justice system is monstrously weighted against First Nations People. 

National First Nations Chronic Disease Closing The Gap Conference

2024 First Nations Chronic Diseases Conference

The National First Nations Chronic Diseases Close The Gap Conference is scheduled to be held on July 22-24, 2024 at the Hilton Hotel in the Gold Coast, Queensland. The conference will provide insights into the successes of Indigenous organisations and health care professionals, focusing on solutions to First Nation’s peoples with chronic diseases and highlights the successes of chronic disease policies and management programs implemented in Indigenous communities. The conference will highlight many of the achievements gained against the four major chronic diseases namely cancer, diabetes, kidney and heart failure issues and the battle to stem the ongoing diseases within First Nations communities.

2024 International First Nations Public Health Research Conference

RESEARCH PHC 2024 A4

The 2024 International First Nations Public Health Research Conference is scheduled to be held on July 22-24, 2024 at the Hilton Hotel Surfers Paradise in the Gold Coast QLD. The conference is designed to bring together both government and non-government agencies, First Nations medical services and mainstream health sectors, community-controlled organisations, First Nations communities, allied health professionals and university researchers who are working in the Indigenous health research focusing on Indigenous Chronic Disease Health and strengthening the life expectancy of First Nations people to equal that of non-Indigenous people.  The conference will highlight many of the achievements gained against the four major chronic diseases namely cancer, diabetes, kidney and heart failure issues and the battle to stem the ongoing diseases within First Nations communities. 

Speakers

Sharon Finnan-White

Sharon Finnan-White

First Nations Academy of Excellence QLD

Managing Director and Founder

Dr Uncle Bernie Singleton

Dr Uncle Bernie Singleton

Wuunta P/L Kunjur First Nations Men’s Collective

Elder & Senior Member

Uncle Graham Brady

Uncle Graham Brady

Kawanji Clan of Western Gu Gu Yalanji

Aboriginal Elder

Uncle Ara Harathunian

Uncle Ara Harathunian

Kultchafi QLD

Managing Director

Dr Amber Logan

Dr Amber Logan

Indigenous Development Specialists NZ

Health Psychologist

Dr Joe Stone

Dr Joe Stone

Indigenous Development Specialists USA

Clinical Psychologist

Mark Roberston

Mark Roberston

MPOWER & One Vision Productions NSW

Founding Director

Trevor Tim

Trevor Tim

National TalkBlack

Host & Motivational Speaker

Michael Foster‑Greenwood

Michael Foster‑Greenwood

I-Med Radiology

Senior Sonographer - Student Coordinator

James Briggs

James Briggs

Central Queensland Indigenous Development QLD

Family Violence Accountability Officer

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