The series of eLearning modules aims to promote a multi-disciplinary approach of particular benefit to surgeons in rural and remote locations who care for Indigenous patients. The modules focus on Indigenous-specific health issues and developing a support network to assist in resolving current and future specialist medical issues.
It is important that clinicians connect with their local community as customs vary across the country.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Cultural Learning Course is made up of three modules, interactive tools and a resource learning centre.
- The Patient/Specialist Relationship
- The Clinical Team
- A Multi-Disciplinary Practice
Please note: You can explore the Network for Indigenous Cultural and Health Education portal website for more activities, resources and case studies – a portal for health professionals working in Indigenous health.