The Deadly Ears Mobile Van

A podcast regarding the mobile ears nose and throat clinic, the Deadly Ears Mobile van in use in south-east Queensland. Deadly Ears, the Queensland state-wide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ear Health Program, working with children and families from Indigenous communities in Queensland.

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What Really is Cultural Safety?

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 …

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Aboriginal Health and the Education of Clinicians

Darryl Wright, Chief Executive Officer of the Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation talks about the activities of his aboriginal health service, their approach to health and the education of clinicians.
Recorded on Friday, 28 March 2014 at the workshop ‘Indigenous Ear Health – Closing the Air-bone Gap’, part of the 64th ASOHNS annual scientific meeting.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives

Janine Mohamed is the C.E.O. of the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM). In this video she talks about CATSINaM, its role in the education, development and support of clinicians and trainees, as well as issues around personal and system wide cultural safety.
Recorded on Friday, 2 May at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College …

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Diabetes and Pregnancy in the Northern Territory

Associate Professor Louise Maple Brown is from the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin and also the Head of the Department of Endocrinology at the Royal Darwin Hospital.
A/Prof Maple-Brown talks about Northern Territory Diabetes in Pregnancy Partnership, Some of the preliminary results for the PANDORA (Pregnancy and Neonatal Diabetes Outcomes from Remote Australia) study, and how that information is …

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