Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project (AIPEPE)

Guidelines for Increasing the Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Psychology Students

Pat Dudgeon, Dawn Darlaston-Jones, Gregory Phillips, Katrina Newnham, Tom Brideson, Jacquelyn Cranney, Sabine Hammond, Jillene Harris, Heather Herbert, Judi Homewood, Susan Page

Research output: Book/ReportPolicy/Procedures/Guidelines

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCanberra, ACT. Australia
PublisherAustralian Government Office for Learning and Teaching
Number of pages32
ISBN (Electronic)9781760288631
ISBN (Print)9781760288655
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Grant Number

  • 100748

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Dudgeon, P., Darlaston-Jones, D., Phillips, G., Newnham, K., Brideson, T., Cranney, J., ... Page, S. (2016). Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project (AIPEPE): Guidelines for Increasing the Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Psychology Students. Canberra, ACT. Australia: Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching.
Dudgeon, Pat ; Darlaston-Jones, Dawn ; Phillips, Gregory ; Newnham, Katrina ; Brideson, Tom ; Cranney, Jacquelyn ; Hammond, Sabine ; Harris, Jillene ; Herbert, Heather ; Homewood, Judi ; Page, Susan. / Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project (AIPEPE) : Guidelines for Increasing the Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Psychology Students. Canberra, ACT. Australia : Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, 2016. 32 p.
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Dudgeon, P, Darlaston-Jones, D, Phillips, G, Newnham, K, Brideson, T, Cranney, J, Hammond, S, Harris, J, Herbert, H, Homewood, J & Page, S 2016, Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project (AIPEPE): Guidelines for Increasing the Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Psychology Students. Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, Canberra, ACT. Australia.

Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project (AIPEPE) : Guidelines for Increasing the Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Psychology Students. / Dudgeon, Pat; Darlaston-Jones, Dawn; Phillips, Gregory; Newnham, Katrina; Brideson, Tom; Cranney, Jacquelyn; Hammond, Sabine; Harris, Jillene; Herbert, Heather; Homewood, Judi; Page, Susan.

Canberra, ACT. Australia : Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, 2016. 32 p.

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Dudgeon P, Darlaston-Jones D, Phillips G, Newnham K, Brideson T, Cranney J et al. Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project (AIPEPE): Guidelines for Increasing the Recruitment, Retention and Graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Psychology Students. Canberra, ACT. Australia: Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, 2016. 32 p.