Cultural safety training helps close health gap

Close the gap

HAYDYN EVANS Griffith University’s First Peoples Health Unit is leading the charge when it comes to eliminating racism in Australia’s health care system.   Over the past five years the First Peoples Health Unit has been working to … [Read more...]

Therapy dog use on the rise in Australia

Darcy the therapy dog

JESSICA MCLAUGHLIN It is not unusual to use physical therapy and rehabilitation to help people recover from accidents or injuries. It’s a tried and tested recovery technique. But in recent years a much newer and much more surprising recovery … [Read more...]

Unmasking racism’s impact on Indigenous health

AUDREY COURTY For most Australians, hailing a cab is a fairly simple and ordinary task. But for First Nations people who find themselves repeatedly ignored or turned away, it is a stark reminder that race in Australia has yet to be … [Read more...]