Good Practice Case Studies

The LIME Good Practice Case Studies booklets showcase examples of good practice in Indigenous medical education from medical schools across Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand.

The purpose of publishing these two volumes of case studies in the categories of recruitment and retention; curriculum design; teaching and learning and community engagement, is so that medical schools can share their expertise and resources, be inspired by work being undertaken elsewhere in the field and together strengthen all Indigenous medical curricula. 

This resource will also contribute to further developing the evidence base for Indigenous medical education.

Copies of the LIME Good Practice Case Studies resources are available to download below.

LIME Network Good Practice Case Studies Volume Three - Call for Submissions

In an effort to share the innovative work that was presented at LIME Connection V and build the evidence base of approaches to Indigenous health and health professional education, we are now opening submissions for presentations from LIME Connection V to be published as part of a peer reviewed LIME Network Good Practice Case Study edition.

The publication will be peer reviewed and papers selected through a rigorous process. Once finalised it will be distributed through our Network, shared on our website, and featured in the LIME Network Newsletter. To date, each of the two volumes of the Good Practice Case Studies booklets have been distributed and or downloaded by around 1000 people.

Expressions of Interest: Please let us know via lime-network@unimelb.edu.au or +61 3 9035 8294 if you are intending to contribute a case study to this publication.

Submission Details:
Case studies of approximately 2000 words are due by Monday 8th September 2014. Please submit your case study in the template (via this link), to lime-network@unimelb.edu.au.

The peer review committee will assess all submissions according to the following criteria:

  • how thoroughly each section of the attached submission template is addressed
  • how the project/program/initiative contributes to development & implementation of evidence-based work in Indigenous medical & health education
  • how interesting/transferable this project/program/initiative will be for others working in the field.

If you are having trouble fitting your presentation into the template format, or if you would like the LIME Network Project Team to assist in writing up the details, please let us know. We look forward to seeing your submissions.

The Good Practice Case Studies Committee:

  • Clair Andersen - University of Tasmania
  • Lilon Bandler - University of Sydney
  • Lisa Jackson Pulver - University of New South Wales
  • Odette Mazel - LIME Network
  • Scott McCoombe - Deakin University
  • David Paul - University of Notre Dame Fremantle
  • Caitlin Ryan - LIME Network

Please contact the LIME Network via +61 3 8344 9160 to request hard copies of the resources.