The Sai Medical Unit, a team of health professionals within the SSIO, following on the success of a number of events and seminars run for the previous year’s Women’s Health Week, are broadening their approach to include men’s health issues in this year’s activities. In keeping with COVID restrictions, they are providing two online webinars focusing on mind and heart-related matters.
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The Sathya Sai Medical Units of Australia and Fiji carried out its 13th annual free Medical Camp in Fiji between 12 and 16 August 2019 at Dreketi Central College and Korotari Arya Primary School in the rural areas of the Island of Vanua Levu, Fiji. A large team of health professionals and volunteers carried out a total of 1775 consultations for 1018 patients.
During the Australian national ‘Women’s Health Week’ held in September, a number of seminars on women’s health issues were organised by Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG (SSIO) as a service to its members and the general community.
The Sai Medical Unit in conjunction with NSW Region East of the SSIO is running a workshop in June providing information and advice on healthy ageing for people aged 50 and over and carers for the elderly. This community-focused workshop has been conducted successfully at a number of venues around Australia and is an opportunity for all those within the targeted group to gain an insight into a number of health-related issues affecting the elderly. All people, especially those within the target audience are welcome to attend.