Good Practice Case Studies

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

The Resources include case studies on student recruitment and support; curriculum design; teaching and learning and community engagement.

Each edition of the Good Practice Case Studies Resource is published so that medical and health professional schools can share their expertise and resources, be inspired by work being undertaken elsewhere in the field and together strengthen all Indigenous medical and health curricula.

The resources also contribute to further developing the evidence base for Indigenous medical and health education.

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

If you would like hard copies of the resources sent to you, free of charge, please contact the LIME team via


Volume Four: Call for Expressions of Interest

We are calling for submissions for Volume Four of the LIME Network Good Practice Case Studies publication. Submitted papers should be based on presentations given at LIME Connection VI in Townsville 2015. Papers should adhere to the guidelines which will soon be available on the LIME Network Website, and all papers will be peer reviewed by a committee made up of LIME Reference Group Members.
Please let us know if you are interested in contributing a case study to this publication by October 16th 2015.
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Volume Three

Volume Three was officially launched at LIME Connection VI in August 2015.