Get in quick, limited places available
Lunch and refreshments included!
We are all working to reduce the impact of cancer in our communities.
This forum is an opportunity for us all to come together and share stories of what is happening around all aspects of cancer where we live and work.
The day will focus on cancer prevention and screening programs, tools and resources that can be used to improve the health outcomes of Aboriginal people and close the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities. There will also be information on free support services that can be accessed by Aboriginal people with a cancer diagnosis.
Facilitated by Dean Widders, NRL legend & Aboriginal Health Advocate
Where: Cattleman’s Country Motor Inn 8 Whylandra Street Dubbo
When: Friday, 15th June 2018
Time: 9.00am to 2.30 pm
RSVP: by Friday 1st June 2018 to Fiona Markwick Cancer Council NSW
Phone: 6392 0800
One night’s accommodation support available for eligible participants – criteria applies.
What you need to bring
Bring along any handy resources or publications that you use to engage your community with, we will have a display table to show off your resources.
Be prepared to have a yarn and share your stories.