20 episodes

The National Guide Podcast is a collaboration between the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO). In each episode, host Lauren Trask, NACCHO Implementation Officer and CQI expert, speaks to general practitioners and researchers on updates and changes in the third edition of the National Guide to a preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Listeners will hear about the latest evidence on a range of topics from the authors of the third edition of the National Guide - grassroots general practitioners and researchers with experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as well as Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.

The National Guide to a preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is one of the most widely used clinical guidelines in Australia. The National Guide supports primary healthcare providers to understand what works in preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, how to prevent disease, detect early and unrecognised disease, and promote health in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, while allowing for local and regional variations.

For more details or to access the National Guide to a preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, visit the RACGP website: http://bit.ly/2pvP9Rj

The National Guide Podcast RACGP & NACCHO

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The National Guide Podcast is a collaboration between the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO). In each episode, host Lauren Trask, NACCHO Implementation Officer and CQI expert, speaks to general practitioners and researchers on updates and changes in the third edition of the National Guide to a preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Listeners will hear about the latest evidence on a range of topics from the authors of the third edition of the National Guide - grassroots general practitioners and researchers with experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as well as Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.

The National Guide to a preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is one of the most widely used clinical guidelines in Australia. The National Guide supports primary healthcare providers to understand what works in preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, how to prevent disease, detect early and unrecognised disease, and promote health in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, while allowing for local and regional variations.

For more details or to access the National Guide to a preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, visit the RACGP website: http://bit.ly/2pvP9Rj

    Final episode: Interview with Mr Karl Briscoe, CEO of NATSIHWA

    Final episode: Interview with Mr Karl Briscoe, CEO of NATSIHWA

    In our final episode of the National Guide Podcast Series, we speak with Mr Karl Briscoe, Chief Executive Officer of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker Association.
    Karl Briscoe is a proud Kuku Yalanji man from the Mossman-Daintree area of Far North Queensland and has worked for over 17 years in the health sector at local, state and national levels of government and non-government, which has enabled him to form a vast strategic network across Australia.

    The National Guide is one of the most widely used clinical guidelines in Australia, supporting primary healthcare providers to understand what works in preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more details or to access the National Guide, visit the RACGP website: http://bit.ly/2pvP9Rj

    • 10 min
    Episode 18: Sexual Health and blood-borne viruses

    Episode 18: Sexual Health and blood-borne viruses

    In this episode we hear from Dr Jacki Mein, author of the Sexual health and blood-borne viruses chapter in the National guide. Dr Mein has worked in Aboriginal health for most of her career and provides us with an update on the changes to the Sexual Health Guide and recommendations and discusses the training that is available for GPs to support improving care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients.

    The National Guide is one of the most widely used clinical guidelines in Australia, supporting primary healthcare providers to understand what works in preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more details or to access the National Guide, visit the RACGP website: http://bit.ly/2pvP9Rj

    • 9 min
    Episode 17: Family abuse and violence prevention, part 2

    Episode 17: Family abuse and violence prevention, part 2

    In part two of our conversation on family abuse and violence prevention, Dr Annalise Crane and Dr Elizabeth Hindmarsh provide us with important information on what language people may use to describe, and sometimes minimise, their experience of family violence when speaking with their GP. They also explore some of the symptoms patients may present with that could suggest they are experiencing abuse or violence.

    The National Guide is one of the most widely used clinical guidelines in Australia, supporting primary healthcare providers to understand what works in preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more details or to access the National Guide, visit the RACGP website: http://bit.ly/2pvP9Rj

    • 16 min
    Episode 16: Close the Gap - Our Health, Our Voice, Our Choice

    Episode 16: Close the Gap - Our Health, Our Voice, Our Choice

    Welcome back to the National Guide podcast series for 2019! Our series starts with a podcast in honour of the 2019 National Close the Gap Day theme: Our Health, Our Voice, Our Choice.

    In this episode we hear from Dr Tanya Schramm, Palawa Woman and GP, who speaks to Lauren Trask about the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health model and what mainstream practices can learn about culturally responsive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The Close the Gap Campaign's new report is titled Our Choices, Our Voices. The report, prepared by the Lowitja Institute, highlights the many areas where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are achieving success, rather than focusing on the gaps.

    The National Guide is one of the most widely used clinical guidelines in Australia, supporting primary healthcare providers to understand what works in preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more details or to access the National Guide, visit the RACGP website: http://bit.ly/2pvP9Rj

    • 7 min
    Episode 15: Family abuse and violence prevention, part 1

    Episode 15: Family abuse and violence prevention, part 1

    Our final episode for 2018 is part one of the two part episode on family abuse and violence. Dr Annalise Crane and Dr Elizabeth Hindmarsh provide us with important information on what language people may use to describe, and sometimes minimise, their experience of family violence when speaking with their GP. Also, what are some of the symptoms your patient may present with that could suggest they are experiencing abuse or violence.

    • 9 min
    Episode 14: Cultural safety for patients and workforce, part two

    Episode 14: Cultural safety for patients and workforce, part two

    In the second of a two-part episode, we bring together three experts in Aboriginal health to discuss some issues and strategies for delivering more appropriate healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

    Ms Ada Parry, Associate Professor Peter O'Mara and Dr Olivia O'Donoghue discuss opportunities for practical applications of the National Guide, including the importance of building long term relationships with patients and culturally responsive healthcare.

    The National Guide is one of the most widely used clinical guidelines in Australia, supporting primary healthcare providers to understand what works in preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more details or to access the National Guide, visit the RACGP website: http://bit.ly/2pvP9Rj

    • 14 min

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