The LIME Network hosts Slice of LIME Seminars on topics related to Indigenous health and health professional education. The seminars aim to contribute to sharing knowledge and strengthening capacity amongst the LIME Network membership. Seminars are often co-hosted by the LIME Network and partner universities or organisations. Seminars are streamed live on-line where possible and recorded and uploaded to YouTube for later viewing.
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If you would like to host a seminar, please complete the Slice of LIME Application Form.
UPCOMING: Slice of LIME Seminar 11: Assessment in Indigenous Health Education
Tuesday 3rd September 2019 9:15-10:15am
University of Melbourne & Streamed online
Facilitators: A/Prof Suzanne Pitama and Dr Maira Patu from University of Otago, Christchurch
To attend in person please register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/slice-of-lime-assessment-in-indigenous-health-education-seminar-tickets-64586575185
To view the live stream please visit this page at the time of the event.
Slice of LIME Seminar | Online Stream & In Person
The Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network will be hosting a Slice of LIME Seminar on the topic of Assessment in Indigenous Health Education.
The event is aimed at sharing knowledge and strengthening capacity of health educators to assess the Indigenous health content of their programs within medical and health science at university and specialist college level. A framework for assessment will be presented, and how assessments are mapped to the framework to best support constructive alignment.
The event will be streamed live on-line and participants will be able to interact via a chat function. The event also will be recorded and uploaded to YouTube for later viewing.
Tuesday 3rd September 2019 9:15-10:15am Facilitators: A/Prof Suzanne Pitama and Dr Maira Patu, University of Otago, Christchurch
Keynote address: Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP, Prof Cindy Shannon and Dr Kristopher Rallah-Baker -Panel session chaired by Prof Shaun Ewen, A/Prof Shannon Springer, Janine Mohamed, Donna Murray, Natasha Lee
‘Outing’ Unconscious Bias – Strategies to reconfigure harmful response modes in Indigenous health care
Teaching While Black – Navigating Race and Racism within Higher Education
1967 Referendum – Implications for health then, now and in the future
Traditional Aboriginal healing & western medicine – The missing gap
Finding common ground – Avoiding the terminolody trap
Ngara… Deep listening… Seeing two ways. What can indigenous knowledge, mindfulness and observational skills training bring to medical practice?
Having the hard conversations using deconstruction to work successfully with resistant, uncritical and racist responses to Indigenous health curriculum
Admission criteria for diverse student cohorts