Webinar | Conversation 4: Where do we go from here?
23 November 2021
This webinar deep dives into the reflections from our Indigenous Health Strategy Group members on our journey towards embedding cultural safety in pharmacy education.
In Conversation 4: Where are we going? the panelists explored the importance of creating safe spaces, the value of respectful listening, and humanising the pharmacy profession. We launched our Reconciliation Action Plan and reflected on how we approached inclusion.
We highlighted our partnerships with the Council of Pharmacy Schools Australia and New Zealand, and the University of Sydney and outlined our shared vision for cultural safety in pharmacy.
The first 3 conversations have explored who we're here for, what our research has taught us, and what leaders in the industry are currently doing to improve health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Now we're preparing to forge forward.
We delivered this webinar at our annual event, the Emeritus Professor Lloyd Sansom AO Distinguished Lecture Series.
Associate Professor Sue Kirsa, Chair Australian Pharmacy Council, and Director of Pharmacy Monash Health
Mr Brett Simmonds, Chair, Pharmacy Board of Australia, and Associate Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland
Associate Professor Faye McMillan AM, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, School of Population Health at the University of New South Wales
Chastina Heck, Clinical Pharmacist, Logan Hospital and Conjoint Associate Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland
Aleena Williams, Director of Immunisations and Notifiable Diseases, NT Health - Jeanne Edwards, Former RAP Working Group Chair
Professor Debra Rowett, Discipline Leader Pharmacy, Clinical and Health Sciences, University of South Australia
Bronwyn Clark, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Pharmacy Council
Alex Burke, Pharmacy Intern and PhD candidate, The University of Sydney
Associate Professor Rebekah Moles, Sydney Pharmacy School, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney.