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JCU Cultural Education: Making Indigenous patients feel welcomed [Video]

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JCU Cultural Education: Making Indigenous patients feel welcomed

This video is part of a project, ‘The Hard Questions’, to answer those questions posed by GP registrars from the perspective of experienced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural mentors around working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients.

We trust that these recordings will support you on the journey of Cultural Awareness, Cultural Safety and Cultural Competency with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients and Community in your careers.

Thanks go to all the Cultural Mentors featured in these videos who are sharing their own cultural knowledge to improve GP registrars’ knowledge of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients.

Find out more about JCU’s commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health at: https://www.jcugp.edu.au/about-us/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-health/

Find out more about JCU: https://www.jcu.edu.au/
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