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Indigenous community members as teachers in Indigenous health education and training in GP research project

 

Overview

This research project is a partnership between Monash University and the Bunurong Health Service. The project reflects the recommendation from numerous educational bodies of the need for the involvement of local Indigenous community resources for cross-cultural education and training of medical students and GP registrars. Specifically, this project examines the needs of Indigenous community members that take part in the teaching projects: their motivation to take part in educational activities; the barriers to participation; and the supports needed for participation.

Contacts

Mr Andrew Gardiner
3 Carroll Avenue
Dandenong 3175
Ph: (03) 9794 5933
Fax: (03) 9791 1247
Email: manager@ddacl.org.au

Hung The Nguyen
Email: hung.nguyen@med.monash.edu.au

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Last updated: 30 November 2009
 
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