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The Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) is the sole representative body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nurses and midwives in Australia. CATSINaM’s primary function is to implement strategies to increase the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples into nursing and midwifery professions.

Fast Facts: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples die at a younger age than non-Indigenous Australians. Currently, Indigenous women are expected to live until almost 73 years of age and Indigenous men are expected to live until around 67 years of age. These estimates have been revised and are substantially higher than they were in the past.

 

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Welcome to our new website!

Find information about student scholarships, membership, upcoming events and much more. CATSINaM would like to thank everyone involved in developing ...

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CATSINaM 2014 Conference

CATSINaM 2014 Conference - Embrace the Difference within our People Click below to download a PDF of the: Conference 2014 Agenda_13 August ...

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"Embrace the difference within our people"

CATSINaM's 16th National Conference and Annual General Meeting. 23-25 September 2014.

Rendezvous Hotel, Scarborough Beach, Perth, Western Australia.
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