ROAR21: Culturally Responsive Palliative Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples


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Rural Outback and Remote Paramedic Conference (ROAR) 2021

The Rural Outback and Remote Paramedic Conference is designed specifically for paramedics and allied health professionals working in rural, outback and remote locations.

Culturally Responsive Palliative Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

A presentation on cultural considerations when providing palliative care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Biography: Nicole Hewlett

Nicole is an Aboriginal woman with a Bachelor of Psychological Sciences (Hons) and a Master’s degree in Public Health. Nicole has spent the last 3 years yarning with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations and working with non-Indigenous stakeholders in order to collaboratively break down the systemic barriers to accessing palliative care experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Nicole is passionate about ensuring that communities receive equitable access to knowledge, resources and care that are of genuine benefit and delivered in a way that empowers, dignifies and respects our rich and diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


Presented by Nicole Hewlett


Course Lessons

Course Information

Length
40 minutes
Released
16th Jul 2021
Cost
Member free
Non-member $19
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