Contact Me

G’day,

If you are at this page I guess you want to get in touch with me.

You can leave a comment down the bottom of the page or you can contact me about the blog by sending an email to bitingthedust@bitethedust.com.au

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29 thoughts on “Contact Me”

  1. Hi Robbo,

    Loved the CFS, I reckon we will use something simlar arround the Cape, but call it the croc fridge system. Keep unwanted staff out of the fridge.
    What I was really after was the contact/company that you use for the fridge monitors. Something simple that just beeps when out of range would be ideal. Any ideas?

    regards

    Erik

  2. Hi Robbo,
    Can you do a piece on QMAX program? I think that’s what it’s called.
    Colleague and I were discussing it today and couldn’t figure out why it existed or for whom.

  3. Hi

    My name is Nicole and I am from canada I’m looking for some names of aboriginal orientated hospitals in the west. Would you be able to help me out.

    Thanks,

    Nicole

    1. G’day Nicole
      The Alice Springs Hospital and the Royal Darwin Hospital, both in the Northern Territory have a large percentage of indigenous patients. Royal Perth hospital in Western Australia has about 9% of its inpatients who are indigenous

  4. Hi Robbo..

    That’s American for G’Day.

    I found your blog by accident while browsing the Science Blogs. I like your clean theme. I thought I’d write because where you live looks almost like where I live.. Arizona.

    If you ever visit Arizona, look me up and I’ll show your around Phoenix. Enjoy your life in the outback and stay cool my friend.

    Mike

    1. g’day Trevor, I agree with the essence of the argument. I am unsure how $50mil can be cut of administration costs within a few hours. So if this wasn’t going somewhere else other than where it was supposed to I will go jump.

  5. Hi I am a Journalist with Vibe and In Vibe magazine that goes out to schools across Australia and to Correctional Centres.We also produce the Deadlys every year at the Opera House. I am currently working on two Articles One is on Gonnorrhoea in Aboriginal Communities,looking for any innovative Sexual Health Screening Programs .Second I would love to find a good news Christmas Story an event planned in a remote Community? Do you know of anything happening out there that would be great to share across Australia with other Aboriginal Communities and maybe bring a smile to some of our brothers and sisters inside over Christmas.Look forward to hearing from you or someone you may know Thanks Jo Albany

  6. Hello Robb,
    I work for a product development unit and am involved in producing some material for Health Workers who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients. I am wondering if you could approve licence to use a photo of the health clinic in the material. If so could you please advise via the email above.

    Thank you

    Paulette Threadingham

  7. Hey Robbo,

    Like the blog and like what you are doing in the remote community.

    I have a photo project in mind that I am thinking of developing and wanted to know of your thoughts. Where would be best to contact you?

    Cheers,

    Azza

  8. What a fantastic site. I am compiling a media contact list for our journalists here at UQ. One of the portfolios is Indigenous, another is Health and Medical. I have entered your details in both. If our jornos have something relevant to these areas they flick them the media commentary. On a personal note, I studied Archaeology here at UQ and learnt a great respect for Indigenous people. I love deserts as well. Congratulations, you must be a fantastic person.
    Cheers, Griffith.

  9. Hi, I’m a newly registered pharmacist, and I was hoping you could point me in the right direction to find possible employment in these remote locations, I am really keen on the challenge and the lifestyle.
    Luke

    1. G’day Luke

      I will also contact you by email.
      In Australia there are no jobs for pharmacists working full time (except mine) with remote populations. There are the S100 support allowance provisions see http://www.ruralpharmacy.com.au/AllowancesScholarships/Allowances/S100PharmacySupportAllowance/tabid/655/language/en-AU/Default.aspx

      There has just been a Senate Inquiry in to the quality use of medicines in remote areas recommending pharmacist employment by Aboriginal Health Services. http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/clac_ctte/pbs_medicines/report/index.htm

      Who knows whether this will have any effect on government ideas.

  10. Love your blogs Andrew…when I get time to read them.

    Also loved the old photo of the triple 44-dunny at old Gidgealpa outstation—yes it is still there, although the house looks very sad. Of course it all went under when the Streze went down last year.
    Our creek is steadily rising now. The Queensland Cooper water arrived yesterday. Before that it was quit a good “clear” colour from the Wilson. Now we have cafe Au Laite colour again.
    Catch you soon

    1. g’day Julie

      My favourite open air dunny. I used to have a favourite open air shower with a view of the Cooper….
      Is the causeway flooded? still passable?

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