Cultural Safety in Practice

This three-day workshop will assist you to work more effectively to improve Aboriginal health. It will benefit practitioners, service providers and policy makers across both health and non-health settings.

Experienced Flinders University Aboriginal health educators will use interactive sessions to explore how the social determinants of Indigenous health actually play out in real lives, and in particular kinds of health outcomes. The workshop will move beyond a narrow focus on cultural awareness to introduce a more-integrated model of culturally-safe work and organisational practice. Aboriginal perspectives, experience and knowledge will be interwoven with best practice strategies developed by a nationally respected team of Aboriginal health academics. This workshop will also equip you with ways to translate learning into practice - and into better health outcomes.

Register online below. Please note that credit card facilities are not available online and payment via invoice will be issued at a later date.


RSVP:
  • Online - event is in the past
Contact(s):

Further Information:

File(s):
Seminar Flyer (.pdf - 832.27 KB)

Sessions

- Cultural Safety in Practice Three-day workshop PAST SESSION (collapse)

Date:
Wed, 8 Feb 2012 - Fri, 10 Feb 2012
Time:
09:00AM - 04:30PM
All day:
No
Location:
Day 1 - Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, 253 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, Day 2 and 3 - Flinders University Victoria Square, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide

Audience:
  • Industry partners
  • Career Counselors
  • Staff
  • Researchers
  • Future students
  • Alumni
  • Teachers
  • Employers
Fee:
Three day registration: $1200
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