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Aboriginal Cultural Sensitivity and Respect Training

Saturday, July 30 2022
9:00AM - 5:00PM (ACST)
Marion Hotel
849 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park South Australia 5043
Free

Recommended For

GPs, Practice Managers, Nurses, Mental Health Service Providers, Primary Health Care Providers & Pharmacists in the Adelaide Metropolitan Area

About

The workshop aims to promote a culture of respect and safety for Aboriginal people supported by cultural responsiveness and culturally safe practices. A full day interactive workshop lead by a skilled and experienced Aboriginal facilitator including small group work, case based discussions, multimedia presentations, and group discussions in a safe and respectful environment.

Learning Outcomes

Demonstrate an understanding of and sensitivity to, history and racism, and how they impact on contemporary Aboriginal peoples’, cultures and health outcomes.
Recognise own sub-conscious bias and impact of this on own views, attitudes and behaviours.
Identify strategies to create a primary care environment that promotes cultural safety.

Sessions

Registration and arrival tea and coffee
8:30AM - 9:00AM (ACST)
Workshop
9:00AM - 5:00PM (ACST)

Speakers

Haydyn Bromley
Executive Director
Bookabee Australia

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Dr Rosanne Skalicky

Rural Generalist in Critical Care, Royal Flying Doctors SA

Dr Skalicky (often referred to as ‘Dr Rose’), is a senior Emergency Physician with extensive national and international experience. Having worked as an emergency physician in Tasmania, Queensland, and South Australia (RAH), Dr Rose headed overseas in 2009. With a passion for equitable access to healthcare and international development in EM, Dr Rose has spent the last decade working overseas in a fulltime capacity – remote NW Tanzania and most recently in Myanmar. In Myanmar, Dr Rose worked under the Ministry of Health developing acute emergency services and training nationally, which included a full-time teaching and clinical load. Having returned to Australia in early 2021 Dr Rose is currently employed by the RFDS as a Rural Generalist in Critical Care, working primarily out of Port Augusta.

Dr Roses’ professional interests include:

·Improving equity in health access
·Health care development of EM in low-middle income countries
·Capacity building of Health staff

When not at work Dr Rose enjoys caring for her family, reading, craft, and obviously seeing new places, and engaging with people from different cultures.