The Kirby Institute invites you to our Kirby Institute NAIDOC Seminar
Aboriginal people and communities are a key priority population for research conducted at the Kirby Institute. The Kirby Institute manages a range of Aboriginal research projects including HIV, viral hepatitis and STI clinical interventions in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services, prisoner health surveys, behavioural surveys, national STI and BBV surveillance, trachoma surveillance, training, education and policy development.
This event brings together researchers and community to reflect on the importance of partnerships in Indigenous health research. Presentations will focus on successful collaborations for health research, how researchers and communities can strengthen relationships, and what resources are available to facilitate more inclusive Indigenous health research.
A catered lunch will be provided at 12:00pm, followed by an afternoon tea after the seminar. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB Friday 30th June.