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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Indigenous worker wellbeing case studies (2013)

Author

National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction

Publisher

National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction

City

Adelaide

Type

Resource package

 

Description

These five case studies have been developed to encourage Aboriginal alcohol and other drug (AOD) workers to discuss solutions to stressful workplace situations. Each case study describes a challenging scenario, includes several questions, and provides space for workers to record their thoughts. Workers are then encouraged to share their responses with each other. The case studies are part the Feeling deadly, working deadly: Indigenous AOD worker wellbeing resource kit.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

When to use this resource

These case studies could be used in professional development as a conversation starter for group work. Issues raised by the case studies could be discussed in small groups and then shared with the larger group as a way of coming up with solutions to a range of workplace issues.

Contact details

National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA)
Flinders University
Level 3B
Mark Oliphant Building
Laffer Drive
Science Park
Bedford Park SA 5042
GPO Box 2100
Adelaide SA 5001
Ph: (08) 8201 7535
Fax: (08) 8201 7550
Email: nceta@flinders.edu.au

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Last updated: 18 June 2014
 
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