Events and Education
Cultural Safety Training for Medical Health Professionals
This six hour RACGP accredited cultural safety workshop provides a cultural perspective on working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander clients, families and carers in general practice and community care.
This course is hosted by Dandenong and District Aborigines Co-operative Ltd (DDACL) and presented by AJ Williams-Tchen of Girraway Ganyi Consultancy.
AJ is of Wiradjuri / Wotjobulak background and has over 25 years experience in health & community services and is the recipient of the 2016 Emerging Indigenous Leadership Award.
- Identify barriers that affect contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander clients & Families
- Acknowledge the historical events that have impacted on health and social & emotional wellbeing
- Highlight strategies to introduce cultural safety within your practice & organisation
This course is accredited for 40 category 1 points is part of the RACGP QI&CPD Program for the 2017-19 triennium. Activity number 821.
Free 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.
Participants are asked to complete the following pre-program reading and activity:
- 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
- Pre-program activity (please complete and return as per instructions on the form)
Please note: GPs seeking Category 1 points MUST complete the pre-reading and pre-activities to be eligible for points.
For further information about this course please contact:
Caroline Atkinson, Indigenous Health Project Officer (IHPO) Coordinator
ph. 03 9794-5933 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, 11 February 2019
9:00 - 16:30
General Practitioner, Medical Specialist, Nurse - Practice Nurse, Nurse - Mental health, Nurse - Other, Pharmacist, Practice Manager, Psychologist
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