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The Helen Noblet Award

Tuesday 21st Oct
Inaugural Helen Noblet Award winners Kurt Towers, Director, Aboriginal Health (NALHN and CALHN) and Dymphna (Deej) Eszenyi, Chair, Child Death and Serious Injury Review Committee with Kidsafe SA President and CEO and Helen Noblet's family members

Inaugural Helen Noblet Award winners Kurt Towers, Director, Aboriginal Health (NALHN and CALHN) and Dymphna (Deej) Eszenyi, Chair, Child Death and Serious Injury Review Committee with Kidsafe SA President and CEO and Helen Noblet's family members

The Inaugural Helen Noblet Award was announced on National Kidsafe Day, a momentous occasion for Kidsafe SA. The Helen Noblet Award was established to recognise the significant legacy of Kidsafe SA’s former long-term CEO, Helen Noblet, who passed away earlier this year. The state based Award recognises individuals, groups or whole organisations that have made a significant contribution to child injury prevention in South Australia through; advocacy, programs, research, or the influence of policy.

Two Inaugural winners of the Helen Noblet Award were presented for their significant contribution to child injury prevention in South Australia.The first was presented to The Child Death and Serious Injury Review Committee and  the second to Mr Kurt Towers – Director, Aboriginal Health, Central and Northern Adelaide Local Health Networks,


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