Posts for "cross-border" tag


Central Australia Renal Study: the hub-and-spoke model

The final report of the Central Australia Renal Study was released on 27 June 2011. Its “primary recommendation” called for the delivery of renal services in the cross-border region of Central Australia to be built around a hub-and-spoke model with Alice Springs as the main hub, and remote Aboriginal communities as the spokes... read on

Interview with Central Australia Youth Link-Up Service (CAYLUS)

Tristan Ray works for CAYLUS, the Central Australian Youth Link-Up Service. In this interview, Tristan talks with us about the roll-out and impact of Opal fuel and the importance of making sure Opal replaces standard... read on

Program 27: Kakarrara Wilurrara Health Alliance

Dr David Scrimgeour works for the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia. In today’s program, we talk with David about the Kakarrara Wilurrara Health Alliance and how it is changing the way health services are... read on

Interview with Andrea Mason

Andrea Mason is the Coordinator of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women’s Council. In this interview, Andrea discusses a report the Council prepared for the South Australian Government in 2009. The report looks at the... read on

Program 10: Interview with the Federal Minister for Indigenous Health

Jonathan Nicholls interviews the Hon Warren Snowdon MP, Federal Minister for Indigenous Health, about the final report of the Central Australia Renal Study. The Minister talks about the report’s key findings and how these may... read on

APY Lands: accessing renal dialysis in Central Australia

Chronic renal disease affects a significant number of Anangu. In early 2009, the Northern Territory Government decided that it would no longer let people from the APY Lands relocate to Alice Springs for renal dialysis... read on

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