Blugibbon always strives to bring Locum GPs more than “just a job”. We wanted to share with you the Top Indigenous Health Podcasts for GPs.
Each and every day we are looking for extra value for you. Things of interest, resources, events, education, news and more that may just make your locum life a little easier.
Recently we have been sharing podcasts for doctors. And recently hunted down some super listens for those GPs working in Indigenous Health or Aboriginal Medical Services. Some are on-off episodes, some whole series’.
So get your earphones in and sit back with our Top Indigenous Health Podcasts for GPs:
Vicki Kerrigan, a PhD student at the Menzies School of Health Research, PhD student and former ABD Radio Broadcaster, hosts this powerful series aimed at doctors working with indigenous communities, particularly in the Northern Territory.
The result is a fascinating collection of episodes packed full of value including suggestions on cultural respect, language and how to genuinely and authentically care for those they seek to help.
Brought to you by The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), this podcast for GPs covers all the important topics facing primary health care.
On this particular episode Dr Gill Singleton and Dr Billy Stoupas talk with Indigenous Health leader Professor Peter O’Mara about discussing health with Indigenous patients, mentoring, AIDA (Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association), the 2020 Closing the Gap report and more.
Billed as a podcast “…not exclusively for Medical Doctors, but anyone with an interest in Indigenous health”. This first-class series is brought to you by Queensland-based Dr Danielle Aranbena.
Danielle interviews and yarns with those making proven progress in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Touching on subjects such as history and culture, confronting privilege and indigenous bush medicine.
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