The AIDA Conference 2019 will be held in Darwin 2-4 October, so save these dates in your calendar.
Conference theme: Disruptive Innovations in Health Care
Indigenous communities hold profound knowledges of health and wellbeing that are informed over generations. These holistic understandings are increasingly sought after to improve equitable health care for all Australians. Disruptive transformations to achieve better health for all require innovations that build on the capabilities of individuals, institutions, health care settings and the communities in which they serve. The AIDA Conference 2019 is a forum to share and build on knowledges that increasingly disrupt existing practice and policy to raise the standards of health care. People with a passion for health care equity are invited to share their knowledges and expertise about how they have participated in or enabled a ‘disruptive innovation’ to achieve culturally safe and responsive practice or policy for Indigenous communities.
Phone: 1800 190 498
Email: [email protected]
|Open April||Early bird close 31 May
Close 30 August
|Open April||Close 8 September|
|Open April||Close 11 August|
Close 30 June
Close 28 July
Conference partners can expect to meet or reach our our conference delegates over all three conference days and through our social program. But who are our delegates?
In 2018 more than 400 delegates attended our conference. Of those:
30% Indigenous medical students
17% Indigenous doctors
53% health sector experts, clinicians, policy makers and key decision makers
17% under 25
22% between 26 and 35
28% between 36 and 45
17% between 46 and 55
16% over 55
91% of delegates say the primary reason for attending our conference is to network with AIDA members and sector professionals
43% want to be updated on developments in the sector
100% of delegates said they would recommend attending the AIDA conference to a friend or colleague