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Conference presentations

2017

LIME good practice case studies: volume four (2017)

Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education

This fourth volume of practical case studies from The Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network offers a collection of papers that were first presented at LIME Connection VI in Townsville, Queensland in 2015. The theme was Knowledge systems, social justice and racism in health professional education.

The papers included in this volume are representative of the breadth and depth of the presentations. They included reflections on:

  • race and racism in health professional education
  • immersion as a pedagogical approach to Indigenous health curriculum
  • teaching innovations
  • professional development.

The papers build on those included in volume one (2012), volume two (2013) and volume three (2015) to highlight programs of work that are being conducted across Australia, Aotearoa (New Zealand) and further afield.

LIME Connection abstract

Martin K, Angeles G, Taylor K (2017)

Medicine, health and cultural competence training for remote practitioners - the NT experience.

Paper presented at the 14th National Rural Health Conference. 26-29 April 2017, Cairns

Mohamed J (2017)

How will our history be told?.

Paper presented at the 14th National Rural Health Conference. 26-29 April 2017, Cairns

The 14th National Rural Health Conference, held in 2017, included the keynote presentation How will our history be told? The presentation was delivered by Janine Mohamed, Chief Executive Officer at the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives.

This webcast is a recording of that presentation. The presentation covers:

  • the cause for embedding cultural safety at all levels of the Australian health system
  • improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients and health professionals
  • Version 2 of the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards and its influence on the uptake of cultural safety
  • How do we ensure that when history is told about this era, it shows that regulation for cultural safety improved healthcare and health outcomes?

The presentation is specifically relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers.

Abstract adapted from 14th National Rural Health Conference

National Health and Medical Research Council, Lowitja Institute (2017)

The 6th Annual NHMRC Symposium on Research Translation.

Paper presented at the The Butterfly Effect: Translating Knowledge into Action for Positive Change. 14-15 November 2017, Brisbane

Tilbrook V, Catt L (2017)

Aboriginal cultural sensitivity: empathy is not an attitude.

Women and Birth; 30(Supplement 1): 5-6

Wenitong M (2017)

Health and cultural competence – remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives.

Paper presented at the 14th National Rural Health Conference. 26-29 April 2017, Cairns

2015

Boxall D (2015)

Lived experience of wellness: photovoice and learning conversations in an Aboriginal community.

Paper presented at the 13th National Rural Health Conference. 24-27 May 2015, Darwin

Eady MJ (2015)

Respectful research: evidenced based steps to successfully working with Indigenous communities.

In: Wahid ANM, Amaro CR, eds. Proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2015. Sydney: Australian Academy of Business and Social Sciences: 581-590

Haynes E, Katzenellenbogen J, Thompson S, Bessarab D (2015)

Improving Aboriginal heart health in Western Australia: bringing everyone on the journey.

Paper presented at the 13th National Rural Health Conference. 24-27 May 2015, Darwin

Healing Foundation (2015)

Healing our stolen generations public forum and webinar.

: Healing Foundation

This webinar was hosted by the Healing Foundation on the 12 February 2015 to celebrate the anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

O'Brien M, Stewart M (2015)

A 'Wellbeing Framework' for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living with chronic disease.

Paper presented at the 13th National Rural Health Conference. 24-27 May 2015, Darwin

2014

Healing Foundation (2014)

Cultural solutions: understanding suicide.

: Healing Foundation

Cultural Solutions: Understanding Suicide was a public forum held in Canberra in 2014. The forum discussed the effects of trauma and how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people apply cultural solutions to promote healing in communities.

The forum was hosted by the Healing Foundation and featured keynote speaker Professor Michael Chandler and panel members including, Pat Anderson AO, Professor Ngiare Brown, Jeremy Donovan and MC Greg Turnbull.

Abstract adapted from Healing Foundaiton

2012

Healing Foundation (2012)

Our healing our way: Alice Springs healing forum report May 2012.

Canberra: Healing Foundation

 
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