Virtual launch: My rehab, my journey – Gadjigadji
|When||Thursday 9 December from 4pm to 5.15pm|
Join us for the launch of the My rehab, my journey – Gadjigadji resources, supporting health professionals to create a culturally safe environment for Aboriginal people in rehabilitation wards and other healthcare services.
You’ll learn how the resources will benefit you and your patients, about cultural safety and its importance in healthcare and hear from experts in the field, including:
• Dr Elissa Elvidge, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute
• Ms Melinda Flowers, Aboriginal Liaison Officer, Northern Sydney Local Health District
• Mr David Follent, Senior Project Officer, Chronic Care for Aboriginal People, Agency for Clinical Innovation.
A panel discussion will include clinicians and Aboriginal Health Workers from across NSW.