Events and Education
Webinar: Cultural Safety Training for Medical Health Professionals
This course is hosted by Dandenong and District Aborigines Co-operative Ltd (DDACL) and will be presented online via Zoom by AJ Williams-Tchen of
AJ is of Wiradjuri / Wotjobulak background and has over 30
- Identify factors that affect contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander clients & Families
- Discuss how history impacts on current health issues for Aboriginal people.
- Discuss evidence based practical strategies to assist working with Aboriginal clients and families.
- Implement system based models and social theories of practice.
This is a RACGP Accredited CPD Activity event - 40 Points. Activity Code: 183069.
The training is provided at no cost but registration is essential.
Further details & pre-program requirements
This course takes participants on a journey through PowerPoint presentations, films, discussions and experiential learning opportunities.
The following pre-reading documents will assist with key learnings within the workshop:
- Article 1 (pre-reading) - Caring for country
- Article 2 (pre-reading) - Experience of providing cultural safety in mental health to Aboriginal patients: A grounded theory
- Article 3 (pre-reading) - The power of talk
Registration and Webinar Link
Registration is essential so please press the REGISTER NOW button to register.
The Webinar link and password will then be emailed before the meeting so you can dial in.
For more information please contact Caroline on (03) 8902-9700, Mob: 0438 125 752 or email email@example.com.
Tuesday, 6 October 2020
9:00 - 16:30
Allied Health Professional, General Practitioner, Medical Specialist, Nurse - Practice Nurse, Nurse - Mental health, Nurse - Other, Pharmacist, Practice Manager, Psychologist
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