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.
|Recently Added Resources|
| Re-imaging Aboriginal leadership in higher education – A new Indigenous research paradigm|
(2018) SAGE journals
| Leading in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health|
| Palliative Care Service Development Guidelines|
(2018) Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
| Educating for Indigenous Health Equity|
(2018) Association of American Medical Colleges
| The power of talk and power in talk: a systematic review of Indigenous narratives of culturally safe healthcare communication|
(2018) La Trobe University
| Educating for Indigenous Health Equity: An International Consensus Statement|
| Vision 20:20 and Indigenous Health Workforce Development: Institutional Strategies and Initiatives to Attract Underrepresented Students into Elite Courses|
(2018) Palgrave Studies in Excellence and Equity in Global Education
| Adult Māori Patients’ Healthcare Experiences of the Emergency Department in a District Health Facility in New Zealand|
| A barrier-free health system for Indigenous Communities|
| Healing Conversations: Developing a Practical Framework for Clinical Communication Between Aboriginal Communities and Healthcare Practitioners|
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