Key considerations in nursing and midwifery curriculum on Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander health, history, culture and cultural safety
Overview: this half - day workshop assists higher education providers to to identify the knowledge, strategies and resources they will need to strengthen their practice from both an individual and organisation position. It offers foundational ideas that can be built on through ongoing professional development, including more comprehensive cultural safety training, i.e. a two-day workshop, and mentoring and peer support mechanisms regarding the delivery of curriculum on Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander health, history, culture and cultural safety.
Who is the audience?: Any nursing and midwifery education provider, such as Universities, registered training organisations and their staff. This workshop is a brief introduction for cultural safety.
Learning outcomes: There are three intended outcomes:
To recognise factors that underpin the health inequities faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians
To expand understanding of the importance of comprehensive cultural safety training for preparing higher education providers to deliver curriculum on Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander health, history, culture and cultural safety.
To identify strategies for embedding cultural safety at an organisational level.
To discuss dates and pricing for your workshop, please contact Chloe Peters via firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 6262 5761