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Indigenous Health MedTalk covers topics related to women's and men's health, family health and wellness, mental health, sexual health and community innovations related to and affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Hosted by Dr Danielle Arabena: the Medical Educator for the Indigenous Health Training Team at General Practice Training Queensland. Danielle speaks to innovators, trail blazers and community leaders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and medicine.

A podcast, not exclusively for Medical Doctors, but anyone with an interest in Indigenous health.

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Indigenous Health MedTalk covers topics related to women's and men's health, family health and wellness, mental health, sexual health and community innovations related to and affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Hosted by Dr Danielle Arabena: the Medical Educator for the Indigenous Health Training Team at General Practice Training Queensland. Danielle speaks to innovators, trail blazers and community leaders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and medicine.

A podcast, not exclusively for Medical Doctors, but anyone with an interest in Indigenous health.

    The evolution of cross cultural education in medicine with Henry Neill

    The evolution of cross cultural education in medicine with Henry Neill

    Dr Danielle yarns with Henry Neill, a cultural educator with James Cook University General Practice Training. They discuss cross-cultural education and how it has evolved from the tick-a-box mentality to the integrative health model we see today.

    More about Henry Neill:

    Henry Neill proudly identifies as an Indigenous Australian South Sea Islander with Torres Strait Islander heritage and very close connection to a number of Northern Peninsula Aboriginal Community Clans. He is also closely associated to Central and South East QLD clans.

    He has an Education background with experience in Teaching at Early childhood, Primary and Secondary Education levels.

    Educational Administration experience saw Henry being the first full time Executive Officer and then first Fulltime Chairman of the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Consultative Committee, which provided advice to the Director General and the Minister of Education in Queensland.

    He also has had a number of years being involved in Teaching and Tutoring at a University level. For a time he was the Indigenous Employment Coordinator at the University of the Sunshine Coast.

    He regularly provides Guest Lectures to Undergraduate and post Graduate students in Education, Health, Journalism, Social Science, Human Services and Public Health.

    Henry has written a number of Cross Cultural Communication programs for Commonwealth Departments and has provided Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Awareness Training for many Government and non-Government Organisations.

    Henry has found a niche in Health by accident.

    On the Sunshine Coast he has worked with Focus Health Network CTG, Medicare Local CTG and most recently was the Cultural Lead for the Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast Primary Health Network.
    Currently he is the Cultural Educator with James Cook University General Practice Training, College of Medicine and Dentistry
    James Cook University.

    His passions are Family, Community Development and working within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Education environment.

    • 34 min.
    Life as an Indigenous Elder and the changing landscape of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healthcare

    Life as an Indigenous Elder and the changing landscape of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healthcare

    Dr Danielle Arabena is joined by Aboriginal Elders, Uncle Colin Jones, Aunty Helen Kruger, Uncle Peter Reynolds for a discussion around life as an Indigenous elder and the changing landscape of Aboriginal health care.

    Together they explore:

    • What is an Elder and what makes you an Elder
    • The changing landscape in health
    • What the apology meant to them
    • What pressures and challenges they are experiencing within their communities

    • 47 min.
    Life working in an Aboriginal Medical Service with the team from Carbal

    Life working in an Aboriginal Medical Service with the team from Carbal

    On todays episode, Dr Danielle Arabena sits down with the team from Carbal Medical Services to discuss life working in an Aboriginal Medical Service in Toowoomba.

    They examine Indigenous health issues, as seen through the eyes of a Doctor, a clinic CEO, an aboriginal medical worker, a nurse and a programs manager.

    Guests: Charlie Rowe, Tamika Campbell, Amy Arabena-Byrnes, Dr Adrian Castelli, Brian Hewitt (CEO).

    • 44 min.
    The First 1000 Days with Dr Kerry Arabena and Candice Raymond

    The First 1000 Days with Dr Kerry Arabena and Candice Raymond

    Today, on Indigenous Health MeDTalk, Dr Danielle Arabena discusses;

    • the 'First 1000 days Australia' program
    • the importance of the environment in which a newborn will come home to
    • epigenetics: which Dr Kerry Arabena has been at the forefront of research and implementation, and
    • the household surveys conducted by Candice Raymond which bolster this research.

    https://www.first1000daysaustralia.com

    Dr Kerry Arabena

    A descendant of the Meriam people from the Torres Strait, Kerry's work has brought her to the forefront of Indigenous affairs in Australia. A former social worker with a Doctorate in Environmental Science, Dr Kerry Arabena has held senior positions including Chair of Indigenous Health at the University of Melbourne, Executive Director of First 1000 Days Australia, CEO of the Lowitja Institute, and Director of Indigenous Health Research at Monash University.

    With an extensive background in public health, administration, community development and research, Kerry has led a wide range of organisations and committees including the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Equality Council and the National Congress of Australia's First People. Currently a Director of Kinaway Chamber of Commerce and President of EcoHealth International, Kerry holds an honorary professorial position with the University of Melbourne and has a number of entrepreneurial programs in development.

    Candice Raymond

    Candice is a Barunggam and Kokobera woman from Queensland with ties to the Kuku-Yalanji and Waanyi Nations. A mother of four children, she has been involved in community development for three years and has more than 15 years sales experience.

    Candice became involved with the First 1000 Days Australia at a short course held in the Moreton Bay region in early 2018. She began working with the Executive Working Committees to develop the A-HA workshops, Welcome Baby and Welcome Children to Country events and the Household Survey Working Group, and was a Logistics Coordinator and Peer Researcher for the Moreton Bay Household Survey.

    Candice has recently graduated in the Milparanga 5.2 cohort and is now an alumni of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation.

    • 46 min.
    The changes in Indigenous health over the past 30 years with Dr John Buckly

    The changes in Indigenous health over the past 30 years with Dr John Buckly

    Dr John Buckley is a passionate GP and educator. He wants to instil an energy in future GPs to do great work with continual vigour.

    In this episode of Indigeneous Health MeDTalk, Dr Danielle discusses changes in Indigenous health over John's 30 year career, and how those shifts changed him, the organisation he works for and the training curriculum for GP's.

    • 33 min.
    Dr Geoff Spurling on navigating Indigneous health as a non-Indigenous Doctor

    Dr Geoff Spurling on navigating Indigneous health as a non-Indigenous Doctor

    Dr Danielle speaks with Dr Geoff Spurling about his career path into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, his research around the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health checks and navigating Indigenous health as a non-Indigenous doctor.

    Dr Spurling is a Senior Lecturer at The University of Queensland. He is a General Practitioner at Inala Indigenous Health Service as well as at the Inala Primary Care (Spanish Clinic).

    Geoff has been involved in Junior Hospital jobs in regional Queensland and the UK. In 2001, he spent 12 months on a Médecins Sans Frontières project in Honduras dealing with Chagas disease.

    In 2003, he was awarded the Maureen Duke and Marian Sullivan Memorial Award for the best result in Queensland in RACGP exam. Geoff started working at The University of Queensland as an academic GP registrar in 2004 and has developed special interests in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, social determinants of health, general practice teaching and the quality use of medicines. In 2014 he was awarded the RACGP Queensland's Faculty award for leadership and service to general practice and the community.

    Memberships include CSQTC Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health training advisory committee, National Prescribing Service (PIEAG), the RACGP (research foundation) and he is a member of AAAPC and RACGP.

    • 31 min.

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