At the Poche Network we take a positive and practical approach
When a patient's ethnicity is declared, medical students' decision‐making processes are affected First Published: 06 May 2015 Location: S. C. Ewen, J. Barrett, D. Paul, D. Askew, G. Webb, A. Wilkin Funding: The E4E project is supported by funding from the Australian...
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We are encouraging Indigenous students and post-docs in health fields to submit abstracts to present their work in either short (Pecha Kucha style) presentations, longer 15 minute presentations or via poster.
The Key Thinkers Forum will consider the implications of birthing on traditional lands and the effect this has on the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, families and communities.
An article regarding the work of Prof Dennis McDermott, Director of Poche Centre for Indigenous Health and Wellbeing at Flinders University, Adelaide.
On 30 May 2017, the Poche Indigenous Health Network hosted its 8th bi-annual Key Thinkers Forum. Some of Australia’s leading advocates for Aboriginal health and Indigenous social justice were invited to share their re ections on the 1967 Referendum, 50 years on.
7th BIANNUAL KEY THINKERS FORUM – Briefing Paper
Close the Gap Ten Year Anniversary – Aboriginal traditional medicine and Ngangkari healers – the Gap that’s missing?