Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities for eligible businesses to receive funding under AUSTRADE's Business Events Grants Program, see HOW below for details
Join us, as we bring together senior leaders from Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations, Government executives and policymakers, and community healthcare service providers at The Closing the Gap on Indigenous Health Forum.
This forum developed with the community aims to improve life expectancy and seek solutions towards health equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people facing complex health problems through innovative community led healthcare programmes, engaging community and healthcare collaborations and advancements in digital health and technological solutions.
Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations and healthcare service providers providing care or support to Indigenous communities in urban, rural, and remote locations are enthusiastic about emerging tools and techniques that include:
Digital Health Applications
Service Delivery Improvements
Cultural Clinical Governance
Be a part of the drive to strengthen a co-ordinated approach to Close the Gap to ensure better health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The Closing the Gap on Indigenous Health Forum has been approved and listed on the Schedule of Approved Business Events on Austrade’s website. Eligible businesses can apply for funding under the Business Events Grants Program to cover up to 50% of the costs of participating in this Forum.
This forum presents an opportunity for healthcare technology businesses and service providers to develop meaningful relationships with the broader Indigenous health sector with an aim to improve Indigenous patient outcomes through our community forum.
This programme will provide with you with the opportunity to:
Connect with senior executives from Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations
Showcase how telehealth solutions help improve social and emotional wellbeing amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Highlight how digital health initiatives can help improve culturally appropriate service delivery
Promote how remote health care service providers can innovate services on minimal resources
Engage with Indigenous communities to raise awareness on emerging healthcare technology
Don’t miss out on this opportunity as Grants End at 5pm (AEST) on 30 June 2021 or earlier if funding is exhausted.