The final day of the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) professional development conference featured strong presentations on leadership, reforming universities, whiteness and decolonisation, cultural knowledge, the experience of Māori nurses and midwives, and historical truth-telling, as well as many other topics.
Below is a pictorial overview of the day’s discussions and participants’ reflections.
Please stay tuned for #CATSINaM17 stories at Croakey over the next few weeks. We plan to cover:
- Re-writing history
- The many styles and ages of leadership
- Perspectives and developments in cultural safety
- Transforming power relations with Associate Professor Gregory Phillips
- Global perspectives with Dr Doseena Fergie
- Achieving reform within universities, with Professor Roianne West
- Birthing on country.
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