Cultural diversity and healthcare in rural and remote Australia

Ms Marie Daniel1 1Doh Top End Central, Wurrumiyanga. Tiwi Islands, Australia   This presentation is about a Tiwi experience which we undertook with antenatal ladies and then the follow up post natally in the community. This is in essence a...
  • June 3, 2019
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Ms Marie Daniel1 1Doh, Wurrumiyanga, Australia   This is a story about modelling home support care for pregnant women in a remote setting – specifically a Tiwi experience. It is  an example of how the midwife and the Strong woman/strong...
  • June 3, 2019
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Mr Ben Crough1 1Australian Unity and the Community and Employee Wellbeing Practice Lead   The purpose of this talk is to highlight the services and opportunities that LGBTQI people and allies have whilst living and working remotely. From my own...
  • May 31, 2019
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Ms Xaviera Farrell1 1Clinical Nurse Consultant, Top End Health Care   The  Primary Health Care Service within Darwin Correctional Precinct Northern Territory,  is a unique community, with a culturally diverse population, high rates of illiteracy, complex trauma backgrounds, complex health...
  • May 31, 2019
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Ms Sammy Petric1, Associate Professor Bethne Hart1 1University of Notre Dame   Cultural safety has its challenges; it requires a shift in each person, in relationships and in nursing practice and education. Remote Area Nurses are in the unique position...
  • May 31, 2019
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Mrs Jane Burns1 1Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet, Mt Lawley, Australia   The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (HealthInfoNet) is recognised as an innovative and vital part of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health infrastructure. It collects, develops and shares up-to-date evidence about...
  • May 31, 2019
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