"Yani-nonyin – Come walk this journey with me" - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Perspectives Lunchbox Session
Published: Monday 3rd April 2017
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Perspectives
“Yani-nonyin – Come walk this journey with me”
Dr Doseena Fergie, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine, ACU
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 12pm to 1pm (AEDST)
In this Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Perspectives information session Dr Fergie discusses the outcome of her PhD thesis on Postnatal Depression amongst eleven Aboriginal women in Victoria and the cultural challenges she faced in her pursuit to obtain a postgraduate degree that sat within Western academia.
Watch a short video clip about Dr Fergie’s journey here.
This session will be conducted via video conference at all campuses and there is no cost for attendance. Please be in your local campus video conference room five minutes prior to the starting time:
Brisbane Campus – 200.2.03
North Sydney Campus – 532.11.39-40
Strathfield Campus – 640.1.16
Canberra Campus – 302.G.03
Ballarat Campus – 111.G.18
Melbourne Campus – 460.7.03
How do I register? Please register via Staff Connect by Wednesday, 10 August 2016.
Contact information Capabilities & Development, Human Resources Phone: 02 9739 2158 Email: email@example.com