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'Sorry' - in word and actions. Improving health in rural and remote Indigenous communities

Clare  Huppatz

Clare Huppatz

qualifications: MPH, FRACGP

position: General practitioner

Australia

In the last 10 years Dr Clare Huppatz has worked as a medical practitioner with Aboriginal people in most States in Australia. Between 2004 and 2007 she worked in Fitzroy Crossing (Kimberley, WA) for Nindilingarri Cultural Health Services, as the Director of Health Services. During this time, she was responsible for the planning and delivery of health promotion and environmental health programs to 40 remote communities in the Fitzroy Valley.


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