CRIAH is an initiative of the Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health, a partnership between the Sax Institute and the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW.

The CRIAH conference brings together Aboriginal community members, researchers and policy makers to:

  • Showcase health research in NSW and Australia involving successful partnerships between Aboriginal communities and researchers
  • Provide a unique forum for Aboriginal health services and communities to describe their health and research priorities
  • Provide opportunities to establish and strengthen collaborations between communities, policy makers and researchers.

2011: Research for a better future

Carmen Parter speaks at the 2011 CRIAH Conference

The third CRIAH Aboriginal Health Research Conference — Research for a Better Future — was held in May 2011 at Doltone House, Sydney. The CRIAH conference is an initiative of the Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health, a partnership between the Sax Institute and the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council...

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2008: Strong foundations, strong future

Professor Jonathan Craig, SEARCH investigator, keynote speaker

Strong foundations, strong future was the theme of the second conference held by the Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health (CRIAH), a partnership between the Sax Institute and the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of New South Wales. The conference was held at Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney on April 29–30...

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2005: Partnerships for Aboriginal Health Research

CRIAH 2005

On 18 and 19 October 2005 the first NSW Aboriginal Health Research Conferencewas held at the Sebel Pier One, Sydney. Over the two days, more than 200 participants attended and 58 research papers were presented. Find out more Download the CRIAH Conference Program and Abstract Book (PDF 755KB).  

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