Nominations now open for our Aboriginal Stakeholder Reference Group

Given our vision of better health, together, WAPHA is committed to commissioning and advocating for safe, inclusive and culturally appropriate practices and services for Aboriginal people and communities, and all our staff and stakeholders.

As part of our maturing inclusive practice, and to inform, guide and support the implementation of WAPHA’s Aboriginal Cultural Competency and Capability Framework an Aboriginal Stakeholder Reference Group is being established.

We are calling for expressions of interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members and experts in the field of Aboriginal health service delivery to provide insight, feedback and guidance for consideration in the development, implementation and delivery of activities and initiatives that improve and strengthen WAPHA’s inclusive practice and influence the practice of our stakeholders.

To express your interest in being part of this group, please complete the Expression of Interest form by Monday 26 February 2024.

We are specifically looking for people who meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Have lived experience and identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
  • Are an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders primary care clinician or allied health professional working with an ACCHO.
  • Hold a position which can represent the interests of Aboriginal communities and people.

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