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National Centre for Farmer Health
The National Centre for Farmer Health (NCFH) is one of the most exciting initiatives in agricultural healthcare in more than a generation. It is a new university research, service delivery and education centre that will provide national leadership to improve the health and well-being of farmers, farm workers and their families across Australia. It is a partnership between Deakin University and Western District Health Service and is based in Hamilton.
The five core activities of the National Centre for Farmer Health are:
Comprehensive information on the Centre is available at the following link:
From 17-19 September the NCFH will present its biennial conference Sowing the Seeds of Farmer Health.
If you are passionate about the health, wellbeing and safety of farmers, agricultural workers and their families, make sure that you are at
the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre for the Sowing the Seeds of Farmer Health conference, 17-19 September 2012. In 2010 we Opened the Gates on Farmer Health and conference delegates
developed and adopted the Hamilton Charter for Farmer Health. In 2012 we aim to further
develop cross-sector relationships and alliances to bring about better and broader understanding of agricultural health, wellbeing and safety.
To find out more contact us at via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: +61 3 5551 8533 or visit www.farmerhealth.org.au
Phone: +61 3 5551 8460