Indigenous Medicine and the MChD

In this webinar, Dr Stewart Sutherland will cover the what, why and how of doctors working with Indigenous communities.

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7 Jun 2022 | 4pm
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Dr Stewart Sutherland
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In this webinar, Dr Stewart Sutherland will cover the what, why and how of working with Indigenous communities, some of the recent findings from his research/student research and how doctors who work with Indigenous communities need to have understanding of culture. Stewart will also cover some of the research opportunities that students can have if they are part of the Indigenous Health Stream offered through the MChD.

Stewart Sutherland was born and raised in Wellington NSW the heart of Wiradjuri country. For over a decade he has worked in Indigenous health, in more recent years focusing on identity and mental health particularly Social and Emotional Wellbeing of the Stolen Generations (people forcibly removed from their families). Stewart completed his PHD at the Australian National University Canberra, the focus of which was the interplay between reconciliation (apology) and the social emotional wellbeing of people forcibly removed from their families.

Date & time: Tuesday 7 June 2022, 4:00–5:00pm AEST via Zoom

Please register HERE and we look forward to seeing you there.


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