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            Hosts Brooke Bullock and Jessica Weatherall chat with Kathleen Synot and Jessica Payne, “who are both incredibly strong Aboriginal women working
            as registered nurses in a busy emergency department with a shared goal of Transforming healthcare towards cultural safety.”

Books by First Nations Authors:

          “In this collection of deeply insightful and powerful essays, Chelsea Watego examines the ongoing and daily racism faced by
           First Nations peoples in so-called Australia. Rather than offer yet another account of ‘the Aboriginal problem’, she theorises a strategy for
           living in a society that has only ever imagined Indigenous peoples as destined to die out.”

           This is particularly relevant as she describes her experiences in academia and the Health Sciences growing up and living in Mianjin.
           She provides examples of systemic racism in Health Sciences and Academia, including the very way we as health professionals were trained.

Other recommendations:

ACEM resources:

          This report and summary informs the ongoing work ACEM is doing in this area. 


Websites: Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Network. Lots of videos also on Youtube in particular this post on Aboriginal English is excellent.

     Lowitja institute (Australia’s National Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research) The Healing Foundation is a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation that provides a platform to amplify
     the voices and lived experience of Stolen  Generations survivors and their families.

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