We're exploring how we can enhance cultural safety education of Australian pharmacy students.

Hear from pharmacists, Chastina Heck, a Nywaigi, Mamu, Bidjara woman, in conversation with Associate Professor Faye McMillan AM, a Wiradjuri woman, discussing Indigenous and western perspectives of health, global policies, and the benefits of embedding cultural safety in pharmacy education.

You will also hear from a patient, Dr Jane Havelka, about her experience with the health system as a First Nations woman.

The music in this podcast was created by APC Indigenous Health Strategy Group member, John Briggs.

The podcast is the first piece of a 4-part series exploring the findings of APC's literature review, Approaches to implementation of cultural safety in the training and education of health professionals in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America.

Running time: 50:34 minutes

Listen to the podcast

Australian Pharmacy Council · A yarn with Faye McMillan, Wiradjuri yinaa (woman)
Australian Pharmacy Council · Who are we here for? Embedding cultural safety in pharmacy education

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