The National Health Education and Training in Simulation (NHET-Sim) Program offers a free training opportunity for any health professional who currently uses or intends to use simulation as an education or training method with students or other health professionals. NHET-Sim provides entry level learning experiences for individuals new to simulation-based education. For those with experience in simulation-based education, NHET-Sim provides an opportunity to reflect on existing and future simulation practice. Read More
We are now called
WA Centre for Rural Health
We have changed our name to better reflect the communities we serve.
WACRH continues to be involved in a multitude of academic projects. While some aim to expand the knowledge base of rural health, and others seek to respond to the professional development needs of health professionals working in rural areas, they all work to improve the health and wellbeing of rural and remote residents. Read More
WACRH’s ‘pipeline’ model reinforces rural workforce activities such as: Provision of simulated activities from the EdSIM centre (such as the diabetic foot training workshops) and Secondary school aged studentsCareer guidance and exposure to a variety of health fieldsRead More
Invitation launching media toolkits
Published: Monday, 24 June 2013 04:52
Written by Veronique Thomas
Launching Media Toolkits
Join us for this launch
CUCRH, hcr, Healthway, Curtin University
The Toolkits aim to guide Aboriginal health professionals on how to maximise their engagement with the media and assist journalists in dealing positively with the Aboriginal Health sector.
When: 10am, Thursday 4th July 2013
Where: CUCRH - 167 Fitzgerald Street
Changing the News
A toolkit for Aboriginal health staff
This toolkit provides practical advice and effective guidelines for managing media and developing communication strategies.
Mainstream News Media
A toolkit for journalists
The 'Mainstream News Media' toolkit collates real advice collected from Aboriginal health professionals, and aims to guide journalists during the news gathering and reporting process.
• Aboriginal health professionals, journalists, and other media specialists participated in an intensive media management and advocacy skills training and mentoring program • As a result of this training program, Aboriginal participants improved their media management skills and journalists improved their capacity for reporting on Aboriginal health • Both toolkits stem from this training and mentoring process
Download the Toolkits
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