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NAIDOC Napranum

Apunipima helped celebrate NAIDOC in Napranum last week, promoting our Sugary Drinks Proper No Good - Drink More Water Youfla and Don't Make Smokes Your Story campaigns. Activities were held throughout the week, including a Don’t Make Smokes Your Story…
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Health and Hockey in Kowanyama

Aspire to be Deadly (Cairns Hockey’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander program), Apunipima Cape York Health Council and Kowanyama State School will deliver a joint six week healthy lifestyles program targeted at young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged…
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Happy First Birthday Charkil-Om!

Happy First Birthday Charkil-Om! Apunipima’s Charkil-Om Primary Health Care Centre celebrates its first anniversary in August! Charkil-Om, which means bone fish in local Thanakwith language, provides comprehensive primary health care to the remote community of Napranum which is about nine…
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#DrinkMoreWaterYoufla - Hopevale

#DrinkMoreWaterYoufla - Hopevale Apunipima Child Health Nurse Robyn Lythall, Chronic Disease Health Worker Georgia Gibson and Dietitian Jarrah Marsh gave kids from Nola’s Daycare and George Bowen Memorial Kindergarten Apunipima ‘Drink More Water Youfla’ water bottles last week which will…
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#DrinkMoreWaterYoufla - It’s Dental Health Week!

#DrinkMoreWaterYoufla - It’s Dental Health Week! Apunipima is participating in a range of activities over the next fortnight to celebrate Dental Health Week (7-13 August) and community NAIDOC events. Our staff will be talking about the link between sugary drinks…
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Growing Deadly Families

Growing Deadly Families Apunipima Cape York Health Council Region Two Manager Johanna Neville and Maternal and Child Health Worker Florida Getawan will head to Brisbane on Thursday to deliver a presentation on the Baby One Program to the Queensland Clinical…
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Apunipima Welcomes New CEO

Apunipima Cape York Health Council warmly welcomes new CEO Paul Stephenson who will start his new role on Monday 31 July. Paul was Apunipima’s Executive Manager: Primary Health Care between 2012 and 2015 before taking on the role of the…
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Nutrition Students: Sunsets and Say No to Sugary Drinks

Myself (Brendan) and Mandy are students from Queensland University of Technology, studying final year Nutrition and Dietetics. Our project is a component of the Sugary Drinks Proper No Good! social marketing campaign, aimed at supporting healthy drink choices amongst children and adolescents…
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