“It was an outstanding conference – brilliant keynote speakers, excellent breakout sessions, excellent content and analysis, highly professional organisation. One of the best conferences I’ve ever been to (and I’ve been to many).”
“It was an amazing place to discuss issues, seek/give advice and connect with people from around the world in a culturally safe environment.”
“This is such an important network and is really supporting change across all the medical schools in Australasia.”
(LIME Connection VI delegates)
The Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network sixth biennial conference, LIME Connection VI was held in Townsville, Australia, 11-13 August 2015.
The sixth biennial LIMECONNECTION was held in Townsville, Australia from 11 – 13 August 2015. LIMECONNECTION VI: Knowledge Systems, Social Justice and Racism in Health Professional Education built on evidence based presentations from previous LIME Connection conferences and captured new initiatives, shared successful methods and workshoped visions for the future.
A full report on the event will be available in the coming months. We thank all delegates for their contribution to the conference.
LIMECONNECTION VI was hosted by James Cook University and is held under the auspices of Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand, the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association (AIDA) and Te Ohu Rata O Aotearoa (Te ORA) – Māori Medical Practitioners Association.