Warm thanks to all who tweeted from the recent Indigenous Allied Health Australia’s conference in Perth. Below is a selection of tweets from the conference, profiling the diversity of the work of Indigenous allied health professionals.
Topics covered included bush medicine, palliative care, programs for strong feet and strengthening families, dementia, rehabilitation after stroke, mentoring and workforce development.
You can also read some of the participants’ reflections towards the end of the post, as well as the Twitter analytics, showing more than 600 participated in the #IAHAConf17 discussions on Twitter.
Moorditj Djena – strong feet
Cultural safety and cultural responsiveness discussions
Rehabilitation after stroke
Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH)
Hearing from conference participants
Professor Peter Radoll, Dean of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership and Strategy at the University of Canberra, won a prize for his active tweeting from the conference, and below provides his reflections.
The energetic #IAHAConf17 tweeps had the hashtag trending nationally. The Symplur analytics below show there were almost 23 million Twitter impressions, with 604 participants using the hashtag. Read the Twitter transcript here.
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