Sally Fitzpatrick Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference 2016

Sally Fitzpatrick

Ms Sally Fitzpatrick, Research Fellow, Centre for Health Research, Western Sydney University, Campbelltown, AUS Sally Fitzpatrick has over two decade’s experience working closely with Aboriginal community organisations towards justice and healing. Sally is an early career researcher with interests in workforce development, Aboriginal healing and the social and emotional wellbeing of young people. Sally has a strong background in teaching postgraduate Indigenous public health electives within an action research framework. Sally’s current research is a mixed methods study into changes experienced by postgraduate students of Aboriginal health and wellbeing, which she is completing as part of a professional doctorate within UNSW Australia’s Future Health Leaders Program. Sally has also contributed evidence-based program enhancements in Indigenous medical education, including the design and implementation of multimedia resources. She has co-convened critical friends learning communities to enhance the learning experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and Aboriginal health and wellbeing researchers in the post-graduate context. Sally is a contributor the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network.

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