Webinars, YouTube Videos,Tools and Other Outputs

 

YouTube videos

Research Master Class – What is research?

This 20 minute video opens with Professor Alex Brown discussing the Research Master Classes and continues with Summer May Finlay explaining “What is Research?” in lay person terms and describes what it means for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their communities.

The following three videos are best watched in order.  The first video discusses the research process, the second video explores how to develop a research question and the final video contains practical examples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research.

Video 1 – The Research Process

In this 3 minute video, Summer May Finlay explains the “The Research Process” in lay person terms and describes what it means for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their communities.

Video 2 – Developing a research question

In this 3½ minute video, Summer May Finlay outlines different types of research questions in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research.

Video 3 – Practical examples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research

In this 5½ minute video, Summer May Finlay interviews emerging researchers about how their research projects were designed to be novel, ethical, feasible and relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.

Click on the appropriate link for more information about CREATE MasterClasses, the ACCORD and the Next Steps project.

 

Webinars

Webinar: What keeps you strong? Contributing to a Research Program Aimed at Supporting the Wellbeing of Older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. This webinar presented by Dr Carol Davy in late 2015 provided an opportunity to consider the needs of  older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and types of services they access. The webinar also touched on aspects of the Aged care Reform Package and the Implementation Plan National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan, which both highlight the need for improving aged care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities. The webinar concluded by outlining a new program of work designed to consider how aged care could be improved for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

 

(Electronic links to documents will be provided as they become available.)

 

Keeping Older Aboriginal Peoples Strong

Keeping you Strong Framework – For the Older Aboriginal Peoples of South Australia

A project commissioned and funded by Resthaven Incorporated.

This project aimed to identify ways in which aged care services could support the social, cultural and spiritual wellbeing of older Aboriginal peoples and improve the acceptability of community and residential care services for these members of our communities.

Last updated on April 23rd, 2019 at 03:50 pm