The LIME Network Indigenous Pathways into Medicine Online Resource is designed to help future students determine which university will be the best fit for them as they study to become a doctor. There are many paths to gain entry into a medical degree.

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Exploring the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients admitted to a metropolitan health service

(2017) CSIRO Publishing

Journal Article
Indigenous health: designing a clinical orientation program valued by learners

(2017)

Journal Article
Racism Hurts: Exploring the Health Impacts of Anti-Indigenous Racism

(2018) Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative Learning Series

Videos
Cultural Safety in the Classroom: Addressing Anti-Indigenous Racism in Education Settings

(2018) Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative Learning Series

Videos
Addressing Anti-Indigenous Racism in Health Care: Strategies for Implementing System-level Change

(2017) Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative Learning Series

Videos
Indigenous Health Equity: Examining Racism as an Indigenous Social Determinant of Health

(2017) Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative Learning Series

Videos
Setting the Context for Indigenous Cultural Safety: Facing Racism in Health

(2016) Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative Learning Series

Videos
The “Raced” Body: Reflecting on Clinical Encounters

(2017) Indigenous Cultural Safety Collaborative Learning Series

Videos
Deconstructing’ Racism: Strategies for Individual and Organizational Change

(2017)

Videos
LIME Network Member Survey 2016 Report

(2016)

Report

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