The LIME Connection Scientific Committee is calling for abstracts that address the theme: Pouhine Poutama: Embedding Indigenous Health Education.
The LIME Connection Scientific Committee, along with Māori elder, Te Marino Lenihan and Tania Huria, have developed the whakatauki (theme for the conference). Pouhine Poutama speaks to vertical and horizontal integration of knowledge, understanding and perspective (i.e. curriculum) and expresses, through deliberate juxtaposition, the complimentary and essential union of Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives, knowledge and understanding. Vertical integration refers to the continuum of teaching and learning from Universities to Specialisation, while horizontal refers to connection and collaboration across all Health Sciences.
The Scientific Committee will consider submissions about projects across all areas of Indigenous health and health professional education and Indigenous student recruitment, support and graduation, within universities, specialist colleges and health professional organisations, including:
- Research Projects: Papers or posters focused on evidence-based research;
- Projects of Interest: Papers or posters highlighting new projects and innovations which may not be research based;
- Workshops: Interactive sessions with a focus on clear learning outcomes.
The Committee encourages submissions from:
- Health professional educators and researchers across Universities and Specialist Medical Colleges;
- Health practitioners;
- Policy makers;
- Health professional students; and
- Community members involved in health professional education.
Abstracts due: 5 April 2019
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