Embedding Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety in Western NSW General Practice and Primary Health (Orange)
|Date & Time:||Thursday 16th August 2018, 6:15pm - 8:45pm|
|Location:||Orange Ex Services Club Moresby Room, Anson St|
|Contact:||Katie Prior - T: 6813 0933 E: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|RSPV by:||7 - working days prior to event date|
Tracy Goodwin, Head Teacher Aboriginal Health Programs, TAFE NSW & RN
The Western NSW PHN is partnering with TAFE NSW to deliver a Cultural Safety education session for general practice teams and primary health care providers in our area. This education session will build upon information previously presented at Cultural Awareness sessions (attendance at which is not a pre-requisite to participate in this education activity) and will incorporate relevant case-studies to explore the provision of respectful and culturally appropriate care, as per the RACGP Standards for General Practice (5th Edition) to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients, through a process of self-reflection, open discussion, sharing of experiences and exploring strategies to achieve sustainable cultural safety in health care delivery to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations in Western NSW.
GPs, Registrars, Practice Nurses, Practice Managers, Practice Receptionists/Staff. Other interested primary health care professionals including Pharmacists, Medical Students, Specialists and Allied Health Professionals are also welcome to participate.
6.15pm Registration/Light Supper (provided)
6.45pm Introduction and Overview of the WNSW PHN Cultural Safety Framework
7.05pm Education Session including Case Study discussions
8.30pm Interactive Discussion/Q&A
8.45pm Evaluation and Close
- Identify culturally relevant practice policy for service delivery to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients.
- Recognise the significance of self-reflection in culturally safe service delivery.
- Develop strategies for sustainable cultural safe practice.
- Assess where current service delivery and practice may sit in the context of a culturally safe continuum.
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