Caring for Our Mob film

‘Caring for Our Mob’ is an empowering short film to inspire prospective First Nations students to consider studies and careers in health.

First Nations health professionals play a vital role in encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to access health services, helping to close the gap in health outcomes and life expectancy.

The film showcases the stories of First Nations students, health professionals in community, and elders. It shares how they have overcome healthcare struggles, societal determinants, and barriers towards their studies and daily lives.

Watch this five-minute film and hear the stories of our deadly health professionals and future health leaders.

Caring for Our Mob is filmed on Wiradjuri country in Wagga Wagga, NSW.

Live, study, work in Rural Australia