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2016

NICaN Australia (2016)

NICaN Resources: NICaN YouTube channel.

: NICaN YouTube channel

This collection of resources from the National Indigenous Cancer Network (NICaN) aim to raise awareness about cancer research and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The videos include information on:

  • NICaN partners
  • breast cancer awareness and survivor stories
  • conference presentations
  • policies
  • research.

Resources will be added to the collection regularly.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Pockett R, Peate M, Hobbs K, Dzidowska M, L Bell M, Baylock B, Epstein I (2016)

The characteristics of oncology social work in Australia: implications for workforce planning in integrated cancer care.

Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology; Early view(http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ajco.12482):

2013

Health Workforce Australia (2013)

National cancer workforce strategic framework.

Adelaide: Health Workforce Australia

2011

Byalawa Project (2011)

Byalawa: a learning and teaching resource for working with Indigenous patients and clients.

: Byalawa Project

This website is an electronic teaching and learning resource designed to demonstrate culturally appropriate ways of working with Indigenous patients and clients. The resource is intended to be used by clinical teachers in a variety of settings and contexts. One of the main ways in which the resource can be used is to help health students learn how to elicit an effective case history and to interview patients in a culturally appropriate way.

The resource features six interviews conducted by health professionals with Indigenous clients. The videos are intended to represent a range of patient and practitioner demographics, while demonstrating themes that are universal to all health professions. The practitioners featured in the videos are real health professionals who have been asked to respond to their 'patients' exactly as they would in real life. The interviews therefore demonstrate a mix of practitioner strengths and weaknesses, which the resource authors say correlates with research indicating students learn best from imperfect examples.

Each video case study is supplemented by detailed scenario notes, descriptions of teaching themes, and sample lesson plans and activities. All the resources are freely available from the Byalawa website.

The resource is designed by the Byalawa Project Team as part of an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Competitive Research Grant. The Byalawa Team included health academics and clinicians from The University of Sydney and James Cook University and represented a wide range of health professions.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

2010

Menzies School of Health Research (2010)

The SISTER study: Survey of Indigenous Women'S HPV prevalence in Top End Remote communities.

: Menzies School of Health Research

This video shows a presentation given on the human papillomavirus (HPV) in Top End remote communities in the Northern Territory (NT). The specific topics covered during the presentation include:

  • vulvar cancer - background information and incidence
  • HPV - background information, incidence, and vaccination
  • current disease control strategies in the NT
  • Survey of Indigenous women's human papillomavirus prevalence in Top End remote communities (SISTER study).

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

 
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