Cultural Awareness Training GP Dashboard

Triballink's First Nations Cultural Awareness Training Program is delivered in 4 online modules. The first module discusses culture and identities, recognising the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and their world views. The second module discusses the impact of past government policies and practices on the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples. The final module is aimed to bring health professionals and First Nations peoples together by teaching how to provide culturally appropriate services. This module will explain the significance of cultural events and distinguish between culturally appropriate and inappropriate behaviours and workplace practice.

Module 1-        Culture and Identities

  • Recognise the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and their world views

Module 2-        The past that shaped contemporary culture

  • Increased knowledge of the impact of past government policies and practices on health and well-being (including colonisation, removal from land, and cultural dislocation)

Module 3-        Our future together 

  • Increased skill in providing culturally appropriate services

Moduel 4-

  • Identify Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People
  • Use common Item Numbers 

Learning outcomes 

  • Discuss Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples history and culture
  • Explain the impact of past government practices (colonisation, removal from land, cultural dislocation) on Indigenous peoples health and well-being
  • Use culturally appropriate communication with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
  • Identify Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Patients in general practice.
  • Review the Closing the Gap program, it’s implementation, outcomes and goals 

Closing the Gap is a commitment to reduce the disadvantage in areas of health, housing, education and employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.  GPs have a key role to play in improving the quality of health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. RACGP has made a commitment to raising general practitioner awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander needs and their cultural context and to advocating for culturally appropriate health delivery systems that improve health outcomes. Practice Incentives Program.

$137.00     per person

Get in touch

P: 0422 712 851
E: info@triballink.com.au
A: 70 Obi Obi Road
Mapelton QLD 4560

Social Media

Secure Payment via Credit Card & PayPal

Copyright © 2019 Triballink. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Statement