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Territory Talk, Friday 7 September

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Mel chats with Rob Curry, one of the "panel members", The NDIS panel session will bring together 4 different perspectives on applications of the NDIS program in rural and remote Australia. We will hear from the NDIA about work the Agency is undertaking to ensure people in rural and remote Australia get fair access to quality services.

The SARRAH conference theme ‘Changing Landscapes, Changing Lives‘ will explore change in the following areas:

  • Workforce
  • Training and professional development
  • Needs of Specific consumers or consumer groups
  • Service delivery models
  • Policy development, implementation and impact
  • Clinical practices and service delivery
  • Health economics and financing
  • Community engagement
  • Rural generalism
  • Interprofessional practice, training, education
  • Cross cultural service provision
  • Aboriginal health
  • Technology and digital health systems

 

Territory Talk, Wednesday 5 September

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Our "ask an expert segment" continues.

Mel chats with Professor John Woinarski about his new book "A Bats End: The Christmas Island Pipistrelle and Extinction in Australia". 

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Territory Talk, Tuesday 4 September

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Mel chats with Dr Ferguson Gardiner of The Royal Flying Dr's. 

The SARRAH conference theme ‘Changing Landscapes, Changing Lives‘ will explore change in the following areas:

  • Workforce
  • Training and professional development
  • Needs of Specific consumers or consumer groups
  • Service delivery models
  • Policy development, implementation and impact
  • Clinical practices and service delivery
  • Health economics and financing
  • Community engagement
  • Rural generalism
  • Interprofessional practice, training, education
  • Cross cultural service provision
  • Aboriginal health
  • Technology and digital health systems

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Territory Talk, Monday 3 September

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Child abuse and neglect is one of Australia’s biggest and most misunderstood social problems. Despite being under-reported, Australian authorities confirmed 49,315 children were abused or neglected in one year alone*.

That’s one child every 11 minutes suffering physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect, often by someone they know and should be able to trust; most often in their own home. Thousands more cases go unreported, and the number of children and young people in out-of-home care is increasing.

How can you help protect your child and ensure that they know about "protective behaviour"?

Mel chats with Dr Neil Carrington from  ACT For Kids.

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Territory Talk, Thursday 30 August

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Mel chats with Steven Farram about his new book "Two Excellent Girls".

Steven FarramSenior Lecturer in North Australian and Regional Studies (History) at Charles Darwin University. His main research interests are the history of northern Australia and Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia and Timor-Leste. He is well-published in these areas with several journal articles and books

Two Excellent Girls, Cissy and Clara McLeod, the Northern Territory ‘half caste’ foster daughters of Captain and Mrs Mugg.

Cissy and Clara McLeod were two sisters of Aboriginal descent who lived in Darwin in the early decades of the twentieth century. In a society almost obsessed with notions of European superiority and racial purity, the McLeod sisters achieved a remarkable level of acceptance from the European community.

In mid-1922 they left Darwin for Singapore and never lived in the Northern Territory again. Cissy’s and Clara’s achievements were totally reliant on their own abilities, yet they would never have been given a chance if they had not had the support of their foster parents, Captain and Mrs Mugg.

The ultimate fates of Cissy and Clara McLeod were tragic but their lives in Darwin were marked with success. It was a notable achievement against considerable odds and remains worthy of recognition today.

 

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Territory Talk, Monday 27 August

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Our "Ask an expert" segment continues. Mel chats with Rebecca Amery about winning the "Three Minute Thesis" and heading to Brisbane to represent The NT! 

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Territory Talk, Wednesday 22 August

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Mel chats with Belinda Jenning from www.mumcentral.com

Did you hear about the Sydney Woman that became a mother at the age of 58! 

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Territory Talk, Tuesday 21 August

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Do you use Afterpay? Do you love it or is it helping you spend money you do not have on things you do not need? 

Mel chats with Rachel Smith, the queen of NOT wasting cash! 

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Territory Talk, Tuesday 21 August

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Mel chats with Andrew Bycroft about "phishing" and your cyber security. 

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Territory Talk, Monday 20 August

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Our "Ask an Expert" segment continues. Mel chats "Climate Change" with Professor Lindsay Hutley.

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