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.

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The Indigenous Interface in ED

(2020) Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

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Emergency and Indigenous Health with Dr Ryan Dashwood

(2020) Indigenous Health MeDTALKS

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Ryan Dashwood Interview at the ACEM Conference

(2019) Croakey Blog

Videos
Some practical advice and calls to action on embedding cultural safety in health services

(2019) Croakey Blog

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Traumatology Talks – Black Wounds, White Stitches

(2020) KArabena Consulting and Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

Report
Transformative learning within Australian Indigenous studies: a scoping review of non-Indigenous student experiences in tertiary Indigenous studies education

(2021) Taylor & Francis Group

Journal Article
The first steps on the journey towards curriculum reconciliation in science, medicine and health education

(2021) Taylor & Francis Group

Journal Article
Meritocratic and fair? The discourse of UK and Australia’s widening participation policies

(2020) John Wiley & Sons Ltd and The Association for the Study of Medical Education

Journal Article
“We learnt it, then we lived it”: Influencing medical students’ intentions toward rural practice and generalist careers via a socially-accountable curriculum

(2020) Taylor & Francis Group

Journal Article
2020 Otitis Media Guidelines for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children

(2020)

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