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Safer Healthcare for Australia's First Peoples

Griffith University via FutureLearn

Overview

Understand the need for cultural safety in caring for Australia’s First Peoples

In this course, you’ll learn to provide safer healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by developing your cultural capability. You’ll explore 5 cultural capabilities - Respect, Communication, Safety and Quality, Reflection and Advocacy.

You’ll learn and apply knowledge of local community in a range of health and human services areas. You’ll also gain an important insight into how colonisation continues to affect the health of Australia’s First Peoples.

Ultimately, you’ll understand how to build relationships and work in true partnership to deliver safer healthcare services.

This course has been designed and developed for students and employees in health and human services, working in a range of areas. These areas include Aboriginal Community Controlled Services, comprehensive primary health care, primary and maternal health, chronic disease, child safety, youth services and aged care.

Taught by

Roianne West

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course.

    This online course is generic and fails to illustrate transferrable skills that can be applied to practice. Good attempt but recommend revisions.

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