Dr. Alex Poole, General Surgeon from Whitehorse, a city in the northwest of the Yukon Territory in Canada, talks about acute healthcare and First Nations People.
Medical Anthropologist Gregory Phillips talks about the history of the Aboriginal Health Curriculum in Australia, the findings of a 2012 look into that, and other educational frameworks, and how medical schools and colleges can learn from that. He also talks about discrimination issues within the mainstream health system.
Recorded on Friday, 3 October at the 2014 Australian Indigenous Doctors Association conference …
Richard Trudgen, author of Why Warriors Lie Down and Die, speaks about cultural safety, the cultural grey zone, the importance of cultural awareness training and the work of whywarriors.com.au.
Recorded on Thursday 1 May at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) Indigenous Women’s Health Meeting at the Adelaide Convention Centre 2014.