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Nathan Bramston

Nathan is a proud Wonnarua Goori whose family are originally from the Upper Hunter Valley of New South Wales, born and raised on Darkinjung Country on the NSW Central Coast. Nathan is inspired particularly by the energy, resilience and strength of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and is passionate about improving the health, wellbeing and connections of our youth.

He has over 10 years’ experience working in senior management, advisory, community engagement, case management and workforce development capacities across the homeless, performing arts and youth mental health sectors, working predominantly with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and their families. Nathan currently works for headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation as the National Manager, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Practice and Engagement.

He provides specialist advice and support across all headspace program areas and services to improve and develop innovative, culturally informed approaches to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

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Educator Courses

Male Factor Infertility: a training program for assisted reproductive technology specialists

This course supports those working in the fertility field to better identify and manage male factor infertility ultimately providing better health outcomes for the patient.


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