Opening the Conversation about appropriate access to mainstream health services for Aboriginal people

Opening the Conversation is a collaborative project between Reconciliation SA, The University of South Australia and two fourth year Occupational Therapists, Nadia and Amanda. This community driven project aims to begin to understand systemic racism in the mainstream healthcare system and how this impacts healthcare accessibility for Aboriginal Australians.

The objective of this project is to open a conversation between mainstream healthcare services and the Aboriginal community about how access can be improved.

Nadia and Amanda are currently seeking expressions of interest from members of the Aboriginal community, as well as healthcare providers and practitioners who may be interested in being involved in the project.

For more information please contactNadia and Amanda via e-mail or visit the Opening the Conversation website.