Description of the artwork: by Jordan Lovegrove, Indigenous Artist 
The artwork (top of page) for the National Health and Medical Research Council's work with Indigenous health and medical research communicates empowerment of people over their health, the progression of learning and knowledge out from the meeting place (NHMRC - bottom left corner), where many people are gathered. In the streams there are the sources of nutrition and health - ants, berry bush and fish, as well as stars which symbolise new ideas.

Road Map 3

A comprehensive 10 year strategic framework to improve the health of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population has been released.

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Hear from NHMRC’s Principal Committee Indigenous Caucus about Road Map 3

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Snapshots

In 2002 NHMRC set the target of spending five percent of the Medical Research Endowment Account on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health in response to the Health is Life: Report on the Inquiry into Indigenous Health (2002). In 2008 NHMRC reached this target of funding and has since exceeded. More information on funding and activities are below.

2010-2016 NHMRC and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Infographic - see 'Download' section.