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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety in Clinical Practice

Description

AIDA's Cultural Safety training workshop is an 8.5-hour face-to-face course delivered by Indigenous doctors. The day will offer participants the opportunity to be immersed in content developed by Indigenous doctors with lived experience of cultural safety within clinical settings focusing on the ‘Clinical Application of Cultural Safety’.

This compelling training helps participants to extend their knowledge about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healthcare experience, explores how attitudes and values can influence perceptions, assumptions and behaviours in a clinical setting, and discusses specific ways to be more culturally aware. Reframing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health narrative and using strengths-based approaches to enhance the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples within the healthcare system, to improve health outcomes.

A number of case studies are weaved through the training and will engage participants to develop, review and update the perceptions and understandings underlying their responses to the case study scenarios in line with the progression of their learnings.

The workshop includes interactive and experiential teaching that encourages participants to reflect, obtain feedback on and discuss improvements in clinical practice and cultural safety in the healthcare experience for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The training will be delivered from 8.30am to 5.00pm.

The workshop, delivered in Sydney and Melbourne, is facilitated by two Indigenous Doctors/Educators, representing AIDA. The Indigenous doctors / educators facilitating will role model and reinforce culturally safe behaviours and practices throughout the training.

Topics covered:

  • Holistic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing
  • Health Equality, Privilege and Racism
  • System Racism and Systems Change
  • Being an Ally
  • Cultural Safety in Practice
  • Implementation Post - Training

 


Learning Outcomes

  1. Acknowledge and define the systems barriers that impact on patient experiences within the health system and result in negative health outcomes. 
  2. Recognise and explore situations where discrimination, privilege and racism have adversely contributed to a patient journey.  
  3. Develop strategies that can be applied in everyday clinical practice that minimises the impact of systemic barriers, privilege and racism.  
  4. Identify specific ways to advocate for practice-based improvements to enhance cultural safety and cultural responsiveness in healthcare. 

 

Dates: To view workshop dates, please click here

Price: $1,540 (including GST).

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CPD Activity Details
Provider name
Domain
Educational Activities
Type
General Learning
Activity
Workshop / masterclass
CPD Hours
8h : 30m
Topic
Culturally Safe Practice
Audience
Medical practitioners
Applicable CAPE Aspects
Culturally Safe Practice, Addressing Health Inequities, Professionalism

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