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The continuing impact of colonisation

Many people don’t appreciate how Australia’s history of colonisation continues to impact on the health of Australia’s First Peoples. Listen to Prof. Gregory Phillips to learn more. Colonisation has resulted …

Who are Australia’s First Peoples?

Today’s First Peoples descend from the original inhabitants of Australia and the Torres Strait Islands. Who descends from where? Aboriginal People are the traditional owners of mainland Australia and a …

The five cultural capabilities

Good health care outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples require health and human services workers to be both clinically and culturally safe. This course leads you through five …

Getting started

To get the most from the course, set aside realistic amounts of time in your schedule over the next two weeks to move through the content. If this is your …

Meet your educators

Lead educators Please click ‘follow’ in our FutureLearn profiles below, to track comments we make during the course. This course will be rich in conversation and we look forward to …

Final reflections

Congratulations on completing the course. We’re so pleased you could join us. We hope you have been inspired to reflect on ways we can all make a difference in the …

Study with Griffith University

The video above will give you a taste of what it’s like to study health at Griffith University and the range of first-class facilities you can learn in. You’ll also …

Leading the way – advocating social change

Combating systemic racism and deficit thinking about Australia’s First Peoples starts with awareness and requires a commitment to strategic change. Organisational Strategies for change At an organisational level a strategic …