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Staying A Step Ahead

Students in Kowanyama, were lucky enough to recieve a visit from  Podiatrist, Alen Rusmir, as Part of Apunipima's Healthy Kids Program. Alen talked about the importance of good health and the effects smoking has on our feet. Alen said “The…
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ICTV gets behind Drink More Water Youfla campaign

Indigenous Community TV (ICTV) is getting behind Apunipima Cape York Health Council’s Sugary Drinks Proper No Good – Drink More Water Youfla social marketing campaign – by providing a free TV advertising campaign on Channel 601 VAST across Australia. ICTV…
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Women’s Health and Yarning in Pormpuraaw

Women’s group sessions this week on the balcony at the Pormpuraaw Primary Health Clinic offered a great opportunity for women to come together to talk about women’s issues including breast cancer awareness with Fiona Millard The ladies discussed and shared…
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A Collaborative Approach!

Apunipima, Queensland Health and Royal Flying Doctor Service have been working together to promote good health and wellbeing for women during October Breast Awareness month in Pormpuraaw. Fiona Millard Health Promotion Officer said “Breast awareness month gives us the opportunity…
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Apunipima’s Napranum Centre Working to National Standards

Charkil-Om Primary Health Care Centre received AGPAL accreditation for the first time in September, just after celebrating its first birthday in August. AGPAL (Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited) accreditation is independent recognition that a practice meets the requirements of governing…
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