ANU Public Lecture

Date & time

13 February 2013

Location

Acton Theatre, Ground Floor, Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Contacts

 Faiza Cheema

First Nation-managed healthcare organisations: Opportunities, challenges & trends
Wednesday 13 March, 5-6pm (followed by light refreshments)
Acton Theatre, Ground Floor, Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

RSVP aphcri@anu.edu.au by 8 March. This lecture is FREE and open to the public. 

In this lecture Dr Josée will explore how contracting for health services between Federal Government and First Nations has progressed over time, and discuss emerging models.

About Associate Professor Josée Lavoie

Associate Professor Lavoie has had a long association with Australia, starting with her PhD study on a comparison of the health care funding situation for Indigenous health in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. She was one of the chief investigators in the Overburden Project, which examined the complex and fragmented funding pattern in Australia. 

She is currently part of the Centre for Research Excellence led by Professor Alex Brown of  the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI).

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