Fri, Sep 15|
ARC qualitative network meeting
Decolonising qualitative research: Employing a critical cultural safety lens to address inequity and social justice
Time & Location
Sep 15, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
About the event
Dr Elissa Elvidge is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in the School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle, Australia where she leads cross-sectoral studies that aim to improve health equity and respiratory health outcomes in Aboriginal communities in rural and regional New South Wales (Australia). Dr Elvidge uses mixed methods research where her qualitative work focuses on enhancing clinical care and reducing health inequality through community-led and co-design research partnerships. Her PhD research developed a novel cultural safety framework which has generated great interest in Australia and abroad.
Looking forward to seeing many of you and please feel free to forward the invitation to other interested colleagues.
If you would like to join the meeting and the mailing list for the ARC Qualitative network please email Dr Kinda Ibrahim firstname.lastname@example.org