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Guiding Voices: Co-designing pathways to success in Indigenous health research

Join leading Aboriginal researchers as they discuss health research projects that are guided by and for Indigenous people.

Event details

Improving the health outcomes of our Indigenous communities is a national priority.   

This event will showcase several projects between Curtin researchers and their close collaborators, including the Ngangk Yira Institute and Telethon Kids Institute, that form part of Curtin Medical School’s Indigenous Health Research program.  

Explore the importance of Elder and community-led approaches in addressing health challenges across different stages of the life span, such as awareness of stillbirth risks to dementia prevention. 

We will then be joined by Aunty Millie, a proud Noongar Yorga from Pinjarra, for a panel yarn. 

This is an exclusive opportunity to connect with and learn from leading researchers in Indigenous health that is not to be missed.

If you can’t make it in person, you can join us online. Please note a link to stream the event will be sent to you via email closer to the date.

**In-person allocation exhausted but registration for online attendance is still available.