Ms Kath Martin

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20172020

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Has worked in Indigenous health for nearly 30 years.  Has worked as an Enrolled Nurse in RDH, ASH and Tennant Creek Hospitals.  Went on to work as a Senior Aboriginal Health Worker in WA for a number of years.  Has delivered and developed training packages for AOD workers, Cross Cultural workshops & Aboriginal Health Worker Training.  Has also held positions as Coordinator of the Night Patrol & Sobering Up Services in Darwin, Senior Aboriginal Liaison Officer at ASH, Aboriginal Community Worker for the Department of Families & Childrens.  Recently lived and worked in Tennant Creek as a Contract manager with the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.  Has been working at the Centre for Remote Health for the past 2 years as a Topic Coordinator and assisting with the Introduction to Central Australia workshops.

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