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Funding Grants for Women in the Healthcare Sector

National Industry Scholarship grant Initiative

ANTA - 20 November 2015
RMIT Offer Acupuncture Scholarship

RMIT Offers Scholarship.

ANTA - 11 November 2015
Think Presents ANTA Bursary Awards

ANTA Awards Presented to Bursary Winners.

ANTA - 10 November 2015
Australian Government Department of Health
Government Private Health Insurance Consultation and Survey

The Australian Government is undertaking reviews aimed at ensuring consumers can access affordable, quality and timely health services into the future.

ANTA - 10 Nov 2015
ANTA Attends AHPRA Meeting

ANTA follows up meeting with AHPRA.

ANTA - 22 October 2015
ANTA Continues To Work Towards Registration

ANTA attended the Professions Reference Group meeting.

ANTA - 2 November 2015
ANTA Attends AHPRA Meeting

ANTA attended the Professions Reference Group meeting.

ANTA - 22 October 2015
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ANTA Free Legal Advice

ANTA announce Free legal Advice Service for all members

ANTA - 21 October 2015
ACCC Release Report To Senate

The ACCC has released its annual report to on anti-competitive and other practices.

ANTA - 20 October 2015
ANTA
ANTA Special Offer for Graduates 2015

ANTA announce special offer for Graduates
ANTA invites all Graduates to join them with this special offer.

ANTA - 14 October 2015
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ANTA Bursary Award Winners 2015

ANTA Awards $100,000 to natural therapy students
ANTA is proud to announce that $100,000 has now been awarded to students enrolled in natural therapy courses.

ANTA - 7 October 2015
Australian Government Department of Health
ANTA Representatives meet with advisor to the Australian Minister for Health

ANTA representatives recently had a meeting with the advisor to the Australian Minister for Health (Hon. Sussan Ley MP) to discuss statutory registration of Natural Therapists and inclusion in the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme.

ANTA - 8 Sep 2015
Jean Hailes
Jean Hails Women Health Survey Report 2015

Women’s Health Survey: Identifying gaps in women’s health. Jean Hailes releases Australia's most comprehensive study of women's fears and needs.

Jean Hails - 3 Sep 2015
NICM
NICM Blackmores Institute Scholarship Programme: PhD

An exciting opportunity is available for two highly motivated and dynamic PhD candidates in the field of nutritional and herbal medicine to join NICM's team of world-class researchers.

NICM - 3 Sep 2015
COAG
COAG Health Council - Review of the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme for Health Professions

Australian Health Ministers have held a meeting as the Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council to consider the final report on the independent review of the NRAS and to publicly release the final report.

COAG - 11 Aug 2015
Australian Government
Government releases discussion paper - Options for Chronic and Complex Health Conditions

The Australian Government has released an options discussion paper 'Better outcomes for people living Chronic and Complex Health Conditions through Primary Health Care'.

ANTA - 4 August 2015
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The Jacka Foundation Chair of Integrative Medicine and Research, National Institute of Complementary Medicine

At the July 2015 Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA) conference, the Jacka Foundation Chair of Integrative Medicine and Research was announced.

JFNT - 4 August 2015
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ANTA again calls on State & Federal Governments to register Naturopaths, Herbalists, Nutritionists & Homeopaths

As a result of police arresting a Sydney self proclaimed Naturopath and Registered Nurse, ANTA strongly recommends State and Federal Governments consider registration...

ANTA - 10 July 2015
MIMS
FREE access to eMIMS Cloud

ANTA is very pleased to announce that all members now have FREE access to eMIMS Cloud.

MIMS - 28 May 2015
COAG
National Code of Conduct for All Unregistered Health Care Workers

On Friday 17 April, the Federal and State and Territory Health Ministers met in Sydney to discuss a range of national health issues.

COAG - 14 May 2015
ANTA Bursary
ANTA Student Bursary Award Program for 2015 is now open

The ANTA Student Bursary Awards have reached the significant milestone of $100,000 awarded by ANTA to students across Australia.

ANTA - 27 April 2015
ASQA
ASQA grants extension of Advanced Diploma courses

The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has announced they have approved an extended transition period...

ANTA - 10 April 2015
NHMRC
Free Wellness Show

A unique showcase of the innovations and technology that are transforming the way we stay fit and healthy.

The Wellness Show - 9 April 2015
NHMRC
NHMRC Paper on Homeopathy raises more questions than it answers

The information paper released in March 2015 by the NHMRC states that based on the assessment of the evidence of the effectiveness of  homeopathy, NHMRC concludes that there are no health conditions for which there is reliable evidence  that homeopathy is effective.

NHMRC - 13 March 2015
NRAS
Review of the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme for health professions

The Review was conducted between April 2014 and January 2015 in accordance with the project plan and terms of reference approved by the Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council (Ministerial Council).

NRAS - 11 March 2015
Arthur J Gallagher
Arthur J Gallagher - Making switching your insurance simple!

Get 15 mohths of Insurance with Arthur J Gallagher for the price of 12!
Simply apply for Insurance with Arthur J Gallagher before 5pm on 31st March 2015.

A.J. Gallagher - 11 February 2015
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Complementary / Alternative Medicine News

Ketone salts: Do they really improve athletic performance?

A new study investigates whether ketone salt nutritional supplements do more harm than good when it comes to athletic performance.

What are the health benefits of butterbur?

This article explores the different uses and health benefits of butterbur. It is most commonly used to treat migraines and hay fever. Learn more.

Could tai chi encourage more patients to take up cardiac rehab?

Tai chi did not raise aerobic fitness, but it increased physical activity, was liked, and was adhered to by heart patients who refused conventional rehab.
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Issue: 31 No.3 | Nov 2017

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