1. Human rights and the wellbeing of First Australians - Associate Professor Gracelyn Smallwood James Cook University

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    Associate Professor Gracelyn Smallwood, James Cook University In this seminar, based on her PhD thesis, Associate Professor Smallwood will present a defence of what is popularly known as the ‘human…

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    • Indigenous health: a contemporary Australian nursing specialty

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      Ali Drummond, Director, Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses New Zealand and Canada have made significant contributions to the health of their respective Indigenous nations…

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      • Remote area nursing in the NT: reflections

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        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…

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        • A journey that starts with caring: one nurse in a medical school

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          Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver and Elizabeth Layland Whatever the destination, a journey should be seen as many steps. Mine started the day I decided to run away from home, and, with some help,…

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          • Beyond nursing and my dreams: a journey of opportunities and challenges - Ms Carmen Parter

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            Carmen Parter, Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council Carmen Parter has been a registered nurse, registered midwife and a women’s health nurse practitioner. She has also held a number…

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            • CROSSING THE LINE

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              When two young, non-Indigenous medical students go to work in a remote Aboriginal community, their professional precepts and personal ideas are deeply challenged. CROSSING THE LINE follows the…

            • My Journey In Nursing and Beyond

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              Jilpia Jones Jilpia undertook her general nursing training at Cairns Base Hospital from 1962 to 1966, but before she could be accepted into nursing she had to produce her birth certificate from…

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              • The indigenous child in the ED – Panel | PAC 2015

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                Dr Andrew McDonald, Dr David McDonald, Dr Cathy McAdam, Dr Paul Bloomfield and Dr Hasantha Gunasekera lead a panel discussion on issues facing the care of the indigenous child in Australian emergency…

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                • DYING SHAME, A

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                  A DYING SHAME examines the plight of Aboriginal health in Australia. Through the personal stories of families and individuals within the Aboriginal community in Borroloola in the Northern Territory,…

                • Are we there yet? Indigenous Australians’ participation in pre-registration tertiary nursing courses

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                  Roianne West, Nursing Director (Indigenous Health), Queensland Health Increasing the presence of Indigenous nurses in the Australian workforce has been recognised for some time now as one way to…

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