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We had:

Dr Matthew Hare, Menzies School of Health Research PhD student and specialist physician discussing how the rates of diabetes in pregnancy continue to rise in the NT. Dr Hare said “that the impact on Aboriginal women in the NT is particularly concerning, with approximately one in five pregnancies to Aboriginal women in recent years complicated by diabetes.

Associate Professor Peter O’Mara, Chair, RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) Health talking about how they aim to improve ATSI healthcare.

Information Commissioner from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner Rachael Rangihaeata discussing their audit report on privacy and public data.

Natalie Lewis, Queensland Family and Child Commission Commissioner talking about how mob are encouraged to keep supporting eachother through parent-to-parent connection.

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