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An Indigenous Yarn Up When Health Equity strategies and actions become equity and kindness for all
Going LIVE on Thursday 16 November, 12:30pm - 1:40pm
Indigenous cultural and health leaders and executive leaders from North Metro Health, Queensland, share stories about how Aboriginal perspectives can bring healing, safety, wellbeing, and kindness for all:
Indigenous and non-Indigenous; staff, patients, and families alike.
Hosted by Uncle Alan Parsons, Bidjara Man, Health Advocate, QLD, and Lucy Mayes, Manager of
Engagement, Hush Foundation, and Author (‘Beyond the Stethoscope: Doctors’ Stories of Reclaiming
Hope, Heart and Healing In Medicine’)
Elwyn Henaway, Cultural Connections Officer, Metro North Health, QLD
Louise Oriti, Executive Director, Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital, Metro North Health QLD
Jackie Hansen, Chief Executive Metro North Health, QLD
Sherry Holzapfel, Executive Director, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Metro North Health, QLD
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