Below are a number of resources to assist you in supervising/facilitating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. You may find some of these resources useful in the delivery of client care.
In addition, UniSA has an Aboriginal Strategy Group that is committed to increasing the Aboriginal content in all health programs and ensuring that students are culturally responsive/capable prior to placement.
Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander health settings
The ClinEd Aus website contains information that will assist clinicians in managing students placed in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health settings.
Supervising Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander students
Considerations for allied health student placements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities and Health settings also on this webpage, more broadly you can find Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Practice Context Topics.
Aboriginal students can receive support through Wirringka Student Services with access to a
range of supports including an Aboriginal Student Engagement Officer on each
Ahpra has developed a document to support those supervision Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners.
Cross cultural supervision including supervision of students
from Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, provided by
Queensland University of Technology
In addition there is the Good Clinical Placements Guide by Congress of Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM).
Additional Resources listed below: