The Case-Study (Russell Nelly, Workshop 10 – Week 12) is central to the summary. Summarise your knowledge and
understanding of the unit’s key concepts through the life story of Russell Nelly.
Validate your position with evidence from the unit’s text book (Eckermann et al, 2010) and peer-reviewed academic
articles, as well as other sources.
Consider your engagement and interaction with Aboriginal people as a future health professional
· A minimum of 5 academic references for Summary/Case Study
· APA 6th referencing style required.
The only authoritative version of this Unit Outline is to be found online in OASIS
· Connect aspects of the course to your own experience and/or understanding.
· Explore and identify similarities and differences between your culture and that of Indigenous people.
· Relate the knowledge and content to how this might be relevant or applicable to your future professional role
Submission: Assessments are to be submitted electronically to Turinitin on Blackboard via the submission point under the
‘Assessments’ menu. Please keep your Tii receipt for proof of submission.
Eckermann, A-K., Dowd, T., Chong, E., Nixon, L., Gray, R, and Johnson, S.(2010) (3rd Ed) Binan Goonj: Bridging Cultures in Aboriginal Health (3rd ed., pp. 1-42). Marrickville, NSW: Elsevier. [Chapter 1.]
Crawford, F., Dudgeon, P., Garvey, D., & Pickett, H. (2000). Interacting with Aboriginal communities. In P. Dudgeon, D. Garvey, & H. Pickett (Eds.), Working with Indigenous Australians: A handbook for Psychologists (pp. 185-201): Gunada Press.
Durey, A. (2010). Reducing racism in Aboriginal health care in Australia: Where does cultural education fit? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34(1), S87-S92.
Aboriginal Services Branch in Consultation with the Aboriginal Reference Group. (2009). Working with Aboriginal People and Communities: A practice resource. Ashfield, NSW: NSW Department of Community Services.
Nursing Council of New Zealand. (2011). Guidelines for cultural safety, the Treaty of Waitangi and Maori health in nursing education and practice. Wellington, New Zealand: Author.