Cultural Safety Workshop Gold Coast

Date Friday 07 October 2022
Time 9
Location Gold Coast
RSVP Friday 07 October 2022
About the event
Structure and accreditation

The program is delivered over an 8-hour day, usually between 9am and 5pm. It includes interactive and experiential teaching, as well as preparatory and follow-up activities. Training sessions are designed for 10 to 25 participants.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health in Clinical Practice is accredited for continuing professional development, or equivalent, with most of specialist medical colleges.

Learning outcomes

On completion of AIDA’s cultural safety training Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health in Clinical Practice participants will:

  • Demonstrate awareness of personal worldviews and how these relate to clinical practice settings.
  • Understand and apply Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander worldviews and approaches to health and wellbeing in clinical practice. 
  • Understand racism and why it is a barrier to good health outcomes.
  • Recommend practical strategies to mitigate barriers and utilise enabling factors at systemic, organisational and practice levels.
  • Strengthen culturally safe practices to achieve better health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
  • Utilise techniques to improve rapport building, engagement and communication in clinical consultations.
  • Implement strategies to overcome access barriers at a practice and clinical level.
  • Integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander holistic health and cultural safety into everyday clinical practice.