2017 First 1000 Days Summit
Lecture given at the inaugural First 1000 Days Summit in Brisbane, 2017.
Professor Kerry Arabena is Chair for Indigenous Health and Director of the Indigenous Health Equity Unit at The University of Melbourne. She is the Lead Investigator on the Australian Model of the First 1000 Days Study, an interventions based pre birth cohort study designed with and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
Professor Kerry Arabena delivers two talks at Families Australia about how the First 1000 Days Australia Model can be used to build health and wellbeing in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Chair of Indigenous Health at the University of Melbourne, Professor Kerry Arabena, addresses the Strengthening Families through the First 1000 Days: Community Governance Symposium about the number of children in out-of-home care and how First 1000 Days Australia can assist them.
Jackie Bennett interview
Deb Mellett interview
Genus Passi Interview
Kathy Anderson interview
Latoya Smith interview
Lisa Thorpe interview
Samantha French interview
Dean Foley interview
Phillip Mills interview
Mildura Welcome baby to Country
The more than a landlord project
Professor Kerry Arabena interview
Womens birthing support and education
Goodbye Tromsø, for now...
Open Kindergardens, Tromsø