Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Using cultural immersion as the platform for teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health in an undergraduate medical curriculum

Janie D smith

Prof Janie Smith

qualifications: EdD

contribution: designed the project

position: Associate professor (medical education)

Australia

Janie Dade Smith is Professor of Innovations in Medical Education at Bond University. She is the previous President of CRANAplus the peak body for all remote health. Janie was previously Director of RhED Consulting Pty Ltd. She is a health educationalist who has worked extensively in rural and remote Australia across all health disciplines and a board range of government and non government sectors. She is author of Australia's rural, remote and Indigenous health, the 3rd edition was published in 2016 by Elsevier Australia. Her particular areas of interest are: innovative education, remote health, interprofessional education, rural and remote workforce issues, curriculum development and Indigenous health.


Christina  Wolfe

Christina Wolfe

qualifications: MBA

contribution: literature review

position: Assistant professor (teaching and learning)


Shannon  Springer

Shannon Springer

qualifications: MBBS

contribution: original concept

position: Assistant professor (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health)


Mary  Martin

Mary Martin

qualifications: RN

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Associate professor, general practice and education Training Officer


John  Togno

John Togno

qualifications: MBBS

contribution: original concept

position: Associate professor (behavioural sciences)


Katrina  Bramstedt

Katrina Bramstedt

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Associate professor (clinical ethicist)

I am a clinical ethicist specializing in bedside ethics consultation, organ donation & transplantation, and medical student education (www.AskTheEthicist.com; www.TransplantEthics.com)


Sally  Sargeant

Sally Sargeant

qualifications: PhD

contribution: supervised data collection

position: Assistant professor (behavioural sciences)


Brad  Murphy

A/Prof Brad Murphy

qualifications: MBBS

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Associate professor (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health)

Australia

I am a graduate of the James Cook University School of Medicine with a passionate interest in Indigenous, Veterans and Rural Health. Former Councillor/Director of the RACGP for 6 years and Founder of the National Faculty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. Now in private practice in Bundaberg.


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