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Insight – Aboriginal wisdom in the FASD space

Event Date : 13 March 2024

Insight - Aboriginal wisdom in the FASD space

Insight Webinar
How Aboriginal wisdom in the FASD space can shift your knowing, being and doing
Presenter – Nicole Hewlett

Wednesday 13 March 2024
8am – 9am WST (10am – 11am AEST / Queensland Time)
Via Zoom

The Australian FASD Indigenous Framework unfolds the shifts that non-Aboriginal health professionals and Aboriginal communities each need to make in their respective ways of knowing, being and doing in order to facilitate equitable access to healing-informed, strengths-based and culturally responsive FASD resources. This presentation extends an invitation to learn about how Aboriginal and Western knowledges can come together and walk alongside each other to build a new knowledge that can offer immense benefits to all Australians impacted by trauma.

Mrs Nicole Hewlett is a Principal Research Project Officer and Manager of the First Nations Cancer and Wellbeing Research Program at the The University of Queensland.