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What does NBPU TIS do?

The NBPU TIS has been established to provide tailored support to organisations funded under the national Tackling Indigenous smoking programme.

The NBPU TIS can assist organisations with TIS-related matters, such as:

The NBPU TIS is not expected to assist with organisational matters such as business administration or governance.

Who is the NBPU TIS?

A consortium led by Ninti One Ltd is operating the NBPU TIS, including the Health Research Institute at the University of Canberra, the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet based at Edith Cowan University, and the Smoking Research Unit at the University of Sydney.

A flowchart that demonstrates the NBPU TIS structure is available here.

Who is the NBPU TIS Advisory Group?

The NBPU TIS Advisory Group provides strategic advice to the NBPU TIS in relation to:

  • evaluation and synthesis of the evidence supporting best practice in tobacco control and health promotion for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities
  • development of the Tackling Indigenous Smoking Resource and Information Centre (TISRIC)
  • effective engagement with grant recipients
  • the NBPU TIS meeting its objectives.

Membership of the Advisory Group comprises representatives from health organisations, the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Sector, the primary health care sector, the tobacco control sector and more. The Chair is appointed by invitation.

The term of the NBPU TIS Advisory Group is from early 2016 until June 2018. Meetings are held at least three times per year. Summaries of the meetings are published as an Advisory Group Communique.


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Last updated: 1 February 2018
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