A research project of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Project aimed to influence the health and well being of Indigenous people and to engage students and increase their empathy with stories of experiences with healthcare.
Online resource aimed at teaching students culturally safe ways to interview and take case histories.
Series of training modules geared to help health Professionals working in remote areas of the NT with Indigenous communities.
Kemp, P & Spencer Gulf Rural Health School 2007, Keeping company : an inter-cultural conversation, 2nd ed, Spencer Gulf RuralHealth School, Whyalla, S. Aust
Taylor, Kerry Anne 2010, Intercultural communication in central Australian indigenous health care: A critical ethnography
A look at aspects of Aboriginal culture to identify ways to understand differences and incorporate in therapeutic treatment in regards to mental health issues.
Video streaming file, 26:46 min
The Language Man (search title in Informit EduTV )
'For the past 30 years, John Bradley has been working with the Yanyuwa community in Borroloola in the Northern Territory, documenting their language and culture.' Video streaming file, 29:57min
Resources to improve understanding of communication in Indigenous healthcare.
We acknowledge and pay respects to the Elders and Traditional Owners of the land on which our four Australian campuses stand. Information for Indigenous Australians