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Indigenous Health MedTalk covers topics related to women's and men's health, family health and wellness, mental health, sexual health and community innovations related to and affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Hosted by Dr Danielle Arabena: the Medical Educator for the Indigenous Health Training Team at General Practice Training Queensland. Danielle speaks to innovators, trail blazers and community leaders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and medicine. A p ...
 
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On the show today Dr Danielle Arabena is joined by her family, her sister Professor Kerry Arabena founder of the First 1000 Days Australia and her daughters Dr Kayla Arabena-Byrnes, a medical doctor and artist and Amy Arabena-Byrnes a Torres Strait Islander health worker and first year midwifery student. They discuss their family legacy, resilience…
 
On the show today Dr Danielle Arabena yarns with Dwayne Bannon-Harrison who comes to share his ideology of bringing back the warrior, to change the narrative, shift the mindset and help men regain their connection, healing and growth. He leads the way for change through a positive outlook and through the teachings of his Grandfather and his elders.…
 
Dr Danielle Arabena yarns with Dr Claudia Collins who works as a senior medical officer and lead clinician at Yulu-Burri-Ba Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health on Minjerribah, Stradbroke Island. Having grown up in Far North Queensland, Claudia shares how her journey with med school and her work as a doctor sparked her passion with Indigenou…
 
On the show today Dr Danielle Arabena yarns with Dr Casey Kalsi, an Indigenous GP who shares her journey of resilience after a significant motor vehicle accident put her on the path to her true calling. Along the way Casey experiences the highs and lows but shows she has the inner strength to keep going. There is something in her journey that we ca…
 
Dr Danielle Arabena yarns with Jamie Marloo Thomas and Sara Jones, the Co-Creators & Directors of Wayapa Wuurrk. Wayapa is an internationally accredited and trademarked earth and mindfulness connection practice based on Indigenous wisdom, the very first of its kind. They chat about ways we can all reconnect to our innate wisdom and the great Mother…
 
Dr Danielle Arabena yarns with Professor Peter O'Mara about his journey into medicine, his work as the president of the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association (AIDA), his connection with spirituality and his special relationship with the Ngangkari. They also discuss the impact of racism on the health and well being of Aboriginal and Torres Strai…
 
On the show today we chat with Gamilaroi woman, Tracy Hardy, a dietitian, nutritionist and founder of Wattleseed Nutrition. Tracy talks about food insecurity amongst Indigenous communities, traditional food sovereignty and ways of nourishing our Aboriginal and Torres strait islander peoples with supportive nutrition. WE also learn that Joseph Banks…
 
On the show today we chat with, Danique Hanson a yoga teacher, social media influencer and Lululemon Ambassador. Danique talks about how covid lockdown and world events saw her confronting her white privilege while actively educating herself on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues, racial barriers of access in the Wellness industry and usin…
 
On the show today we talk to Cecelia Wright, a leading multicultural trainer, communicator and champion for indigenous education and inclusion. Cecelia is the founder of Cultural inclusions. Today we yarn about the History and culture of Torres Strait Islands and Cecelia shares a Torres Strait islander story AND teaches me how to sing head, shoulde…
 
On the show today we talk to Jame Telfer, a proud First nations woman and founder of essential oil wellness brand, Earth Blended. Diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome at 18, Jame was told she was infertile, at the age of 20 she gave birth to her first of four children. Jame's story through the births of her children starts with trauma of an eme…
 
On the show today we're talking to Angela Coe, a First Nations midwife, about her desires to decolonise maternal healthcare. Angela Coe is a Wiradjuri woman and First Nations midwife in the Sydney area. She has worked extensively as an Aboriginal primary healthcare worker, an Aboriginal child protection caseworker and a midwife. Angela has helped g…
 
On the show today we chat with Associate professor Kelvin Kong. Kelvin is an ENT surgeon, a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons and is passionate about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Bio: Dr Kelvin Kong, from the University of Newcastle's (UON) School of Medicine and Public Health, is an otolaryngology, head and neck s…
 
On the show today we chat with José Fernandez, a Colombian registrar working at Toowoomba’s Carbal Medical centre. José shares his experiences with discovering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, working in Indigenous health, palliative care and universal spirituality.על ידי Indigenous Health MeDTalk
 
Today on the show we are joined by Kylie Fox, a non-Indigenous woman who has transitioned from the harsh corporate world of communications and marketing to writing passionately about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and well being. Bio: “I am a writer passionate about delivering engaging content on holistic health, wellness, mindfulness…
 
On the show today we have the endlessly knowledgeable Uncle Wayne Fossey. Uncle Wayne is a fierce advocate for Indigenous land rights, environmental health and sustainable living. He shares some uplifting, informative and, at times, confronting stories. Don’t miss this opportunity to absorb these Elder wisdoms; I hope you enjoy the show. Bio: "I wa…
 
Dr Danielle yarns with Dr John Buckley and Aunty Dr Mary Martin about their long standing and pioneering professional relationship in the landscape of cultural and medical education. Please enjoy this touching episode Dr John Buckley is a passionate GP and educator. He wants to instil an energy in future GPs to do great work with continual vigour. …
 
On the show today we yarn with Indigenous cultural tour guide, Matthew Burns, about bush medicine, traditional hunting techniques and growing up on the beautiful and sacred Island of Minjerribah also known as North Stradbroke Island. Bio: Matthew Burns is a Quandamooka man and Traditional Owner of Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island. He has been d…
 
Today on the show we are joined by artist Dr Bianca Beetson (Director Indigenous Research at Griffith University). We discuss her impressive and moving work, unpacking the human experience, decolonisation on an individual level and sacred spirituality. Bio: Bianca Beetson is a Gubbi Gubbi/Kabi Kabi (Sunshine Coast) Wiradjuri (NSW) woman, Born in Ro…
 
Cultural insight by Uncle Colin Jones. Part of Dr Danielle's work as a Cultural Educator and Medical Educator is to run Cultural Immersions for Doctors. This episode is the audio from one such Cultural Immersion for GP registrars at Bunya Mountains. Uncle Colin is a highly educated man, who has lectured all around the world, including the Royal Soc…
 
On the show today we talk to Professor Gregory Phillips, a change-maker, thought-leader and medical anthropologist. We spoke about issues such as cultural safety, Indigenous health equality, western medical science and the importance of working in an Indigenous knowledge basis. Bio: Gregory Phillips is from the Waanyi and Jaru peoples, and comes fr…
 
On this special edition episode, Dr Danielle talks with Dr Geoff Spurling (Inala Indigenous Medical Service), Dr Kali Hayward (Senior GP Consultant, Aboriginal Family Clinic, Noarlunga and Medical Educator and Liaison Officer with GPEx), Tamika Campbell (Carbal Medical Service), Kenton Winsley (health professional and registered paramedic & Senior …
 
Dr Danielle yarns with Henry Neill, a cultural educator with James Cook University General Practice Training. They discuss cross-cultural education and how it has evolved from the tick-a-box mentality to the integrative health model we see today. More about Henry Neill: Henry Neill proudly identifies as an Indigenous Australian South Sea Islander w…
 
Dr Danielle Arabena is joined by Aboriginal Elders, Uncle Colin Jones, Aunty Helen Kruger, Uncle Peter Reynolds for a discussion around life as an Indigenous elder and the changing landscape of Aboriginal health care. Together they explore: What is an Elder and what makes you an Elder The changing landscape in health What the apology meant to them …
 
On todays episode, Dr Danielle Arabena sits down with the team from Carbal Medical Services to discuss life working in an Aboriginal Medical Service in Toowoomba. They examine Indigenous health issues, as seen through the eyes of a Doctor, a clinic CEO, an aboriginal medical worker, a nurse and a programs manager. Guests: Charlie Rowe, Tamika Campb…
 
Today, on Indigenous Health MeDTalk, Dr Danielle Arabena discusses; the ‘First 1000 days Australia’ program the importance of the environment in which a newborn will come home to epigenetics: which Dr Kerry Arabena has been at the forefront of research and implementation, and the household surveys conducted by Candice Raymond which bolster this res…
 
Dr John Buckley is a passionate GP and educator. He wants to instil an energy in future GPs to do great work with continual vigour. In this episode of Indigenous Health MeDTalk, Dr Danielle discusses changes in Indigenous health over John’s 30 year career, and how those shifts changed him, the organisation he works for and the training curriculum f…
 
Dr Danielle speaks with Dr Geoff Spurling about his career path into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, his research around the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health checks and navigating Indigenous health as a non-Indigenous doctor. Dr Spurling is a Senior Lecturer at The University of Queensland. He is a General Practitioner at …
 
Today on Indigenous Health MedTalk, Dr Danielle Arabena speaks with Dr Mark Wenitong. This insightful conversation speaks to Mark's passion for men's health, mental health, reducing domestic violence and issues arising in early childhood within Indigenous communities. They explore all the joys of the microbiome and jam on his music. Involved in bot…
 
Dr Danielle speaks with Charlie Rowe, the Community Outreach Manager for Carbal Medical Services in Toowoomba, Queensland about his career path into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and his success with the Strong Fathers Program. Strong Fathers Strong Families is a holistic, culturally strong model that promotes the important role of d…
 
Dr Danielle speaks with Dr Kristopher Rallah-Baker, who is Australia’s first Aboriginal Ophthalmologist and the AIDA president, about his work with the Fred Hollows Foundation, the impact of eye conditions on cultural and spiritual practices, some top tips for emergency eye care in General Practice. AIDA - info and membership links https://www.aida…
 
Dr Danielle speaks with Dr Kali Hayward, giving tips for doctors wanting to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, locum work in prisons and engaging with elders. Dr Kali Hayward is descended from the Warnman people, of the Martu language group of Western Australia. Karly is a GP/Supervisor at Nunkawarrin Yunti, the largest Aboriginal Co…
 
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