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Ostomy Organisations

Clinician and consumer organisations working to improve the lives of people with ostomies


Ostomy Organisations and Support Groups

 

Australian Association of Stomal Therapy Nurses (AASTN)

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The Australian Council of Stoma Associations

The Australian Council of Stoma Associations Inc represents, at a national level, the interests of 22 regional Stoma Associations located throughout Australia.

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ACT and Districts Stoma Association

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NSW Stoma Associations

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South Australian Stoma Associations

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Tasmanian Stoma Association

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Victorian Stoma Associations

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Western Australia Stoma Association

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Queensland Stoma Associations

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Northern Territory Cancer Council

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The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)

The Australian Healthcare Association (previously the Australian Hospital Association) is the national industry body for publicly funded hospitals and healthcare organisations, including aged and extended care, primary and community health.  AHA has been a major contributor to Australia’s health policy for over 50 years. 

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Chrohn's and Colitis Australia

The National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease (NACC) brings together people of all ages who have Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease, their families and the health professionals involved in their care.

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Heart Foundation of Australia

The Heart Foundation is an independent Australia-wide, non-profit health organisation, funded almost entirely by donations from Australians. The Heart Foundation's purpose is to improve the heart health of Australians and to reduce disability and death from heart, stroke and blood vessel disease.

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National Council on Intellectual Disability

The National Council on Intellectual Disability (NCID) is the national association representing people with intellectual disability and their families in Australia. It was established over 30 years ago by parents and friends to make the Australian community one in which people with intellectual disability are involved and accepted as equal participating members.

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Rural Health Services

Originally established in 1992, the Rural Health Education Foundation provides independent, accredited education services to general practitioners and other health professionals working in rural and remote Australia.

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Sexual Health Education Foundation

Shine SA is the leading sexual health agency in South Australia. Our site has been developed to provide you with information that can help you enjoy your relationships and sexual health with safety, pleasure and respect.

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This information is intended for healthcare professionals only.