Building Foundations for Indigenous Cultural Competence

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Abstract

The first nation peoples are substantially disadvantaged by colonialization. This manifests in almost all aspects of the Western perceived quality of life, including health and education. The manner in which education providers develop and apply cultural competence to enhance understanding of the social, historical and cultural determinants of health, and then apply this understanding to adapt and implement practice is important. There is no more important population than our Indigenous people. We explore the challenges and strategies employed at CSU to drive change through education. This model has direct application to Indigenous people in other countries, and across cultural boundaries.

Conference

Conference43rd International Conference on Improving University Teaching
Abbreviated titleNew Spaces for Learning: Opportunities and Challenges for Innovative Teaching
Country/TerritoryAustralia
CityPort Macquarie
Period27/06/1829/06/18
OtherThe International Conference on Improving University Teaching (IUT) is pleased to announce the 43rd annual IUT conference, hosted by the Charles Sturt University in Port Macquarie, Australia. Conference dates are June 27-29, 2018. The 2018 theme will be "New Spaces for Learning: Opportunities and Challenges for Innovative Teaching".

The conference program over three days will include plenary sessions, interactive workshops, symposia, posters, and roundtables, as well as refereed papers—all organized around the subthemes listed below. We hope you can join us in Port Macquarie as we reflect, discuss, debate and explore these issues among peers, leaders, practitioners, and researchers.
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