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|
| ‘Good in the Hood’ or ‘Burn It Down’? Reconciling Black Presence in the Academy|
| Health, racism and human rights: ‘I’m not racist but …’.|
| Pre-Medicine and Pre-Dentistry Program: Creating opportunity for Indigenous students|
| An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Oral Health Curriculum Framework: Development experiences in Western Australia|
| Integrated undergraduate Aboriginal health curricula – validating a programme evaluation survey tool|
(2011) ANZHAPE: Australian &New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators
| When a patient’s ethnicity is declared, medical students’ decision-making processes are affected|
| Can my mechanic fix blue cars? A discussion of health clinician’s interactions with Aboriginal Australian clients|
| Pre-graduating medical students interest in rural internship.|
| Health Benefits of Going On-Country|
(2018) The Lowitja Institute
| Emerging evidence of the value of health assessments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the primary healthcare setting|
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