Cultural ways of responding to AOD and injecting drug use in Aboriginal communities (ST287)
Wednesday, 12 October 2016
9.00 am – 4.30 pm
Presented by Strong Spirit Strong Mind Aboriginal Programs Branch Staff, Mental Health Commission
About this event
A serious harm related to injecting drug use (IDU) is blood-borne viruses. The consequences of blood-borne viruses (BBVs) can have devastating effects for individuals, families and communities. This training will focus on skills to reduce harm from AOD use and reduce the transmission of BBVs. Topics presented will cover culturally secure AOD models, impacts of colonisation and effective cultural communication.
Health professionals working with Aboriginal people, families and communities. Aboriginal workers are encouraged to attend.
While this event is free-of-charge, places are limited and registration does not guarantee acceptance. If you are offered a place, we ask that you make a commitment to attend. If you are unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible – as we may be able to offer your place to another applicant. Where it is agency policy, you must have your manager’s approval to attend prior to submitting your application. All events will be held in Perth and venue details will be provided at confirmation.
- Application deadline date: 21 September 2016
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