Professor Dennis McDermott is currently the Pro Vice Chancellor, Indigenous, at La Trobe University in Victoria. He was the former Director of Flinders University’s two Poche Centres for Indigenous Health and Well-Being (Adelaide and Northern Territory). He maintains full Academic Status with Flinders University and continues to be involved with collaborative research projects. Dennis is a psychologist, academic and poet. A Koori man, his mother’s family are from Gadigal land (inner Sydney) with connections to Gamilaroi country (north-west NSW).
Dennis’s teaching and research interests encompass early childhood, social determinants of Indigenous health, racism, incarceration, policy, equity, Indigenous social, spiritual and emotional well-being, workforce development, Indigenous health pedagogy, and the nexus of culture and context in service delivery.
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Please contact email@example.com for access to the 'Having the Hard Conversations' guide and video resources as developed as part of a National Senior Teaching Fellowship Activity - Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT Fellowship) undertaken by Professor Dennis McDermott in 2014 - 2015. Support for this Fellowship was provided by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching. The views expressed in these presentations do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching.
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