Professor Elaine Duffy

Elaine Duffy worked as a remote area nurse/midwife in the Northern Territory between 1976 and 1982, emigrating from London to Darwin to take up the position. Following orientation in Darwin and then Borroloola, in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Elaine was posted to the communities of Kalkarindji (Wave Hill) and Daguragu (Wattie Creek).

Living and working with Aboriginal people in the outback was a turning point in Elaine’s life, and her diverse experiences there are unforgettable. In this seminar Elaine will share her journey of life and work as a non-Indigenous woman living and working with the Gurindji people in Kalkarindji/Daguragu.

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