Indigenous Pathways Handbook Launch

We invite Future Indigenous Students to be inspired and empowered to study a health degree at CSU. We also invite the High Schools, Rural Health Professionals and Community Members who are interested in supporting Indigenous student success.

Our handbook launch is about storytelling and will provide you with some insightful information on the various Indigenous Pathways into Health Degrees through a very well developed and culturally thought-out student handbook.

The handbook is a useful guide to assist school leavers and those wanting to upskill into Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry and Allied Health.

Our special guests from the council, the university and health professionals will share their stories. There will be an opportunity for yarning with our Strong Moves & Future Moves teams and student mentors. The launch will also formally honour the partnership and work between Three Rivers UDRH and Bila Muuji.

FREE EVENT

Date and Time: Monday 27th May 2019, 10.30am - 12.30pm
Location - Templars Mill Bar Building 1000, Charles Sturt University, Leeds Parade, Orange NSW 2800
Guest speakers:
* Jamie Newman, CEO Orange Aboriginal Medical Service & CSU council member
* Jayne Lawrence, Lecturer in Rural Indigenous Health, Three Rivers UDRH
* ’First in Family Degree’ video presentation
* Jayarna Kay, Indigenous Health Success Lead, Three Rivers UDRH
* Indigenous Pathways Handbook presentation
* Nathan Peckham, CSU Strong Moves Coordinator
* Q & A - Strong Moves and Future Moves mentors.
Free Event
Catering - BBQ lunch provided.
RSVP's close: Monday 20th May 2019

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This event is proudly co-sponsored by:
This event is proudly hosted by Three Rivers UDRH Indigenous Health Success Team in collaboration with Future Moves & Strong Moves at Charles Sturt University (CSU).

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