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The Past and Present - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Older People

The Past and Present - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Older People

The Past and Present - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Older People

Debra Shearman
Debra Shearman
on behalf of Nurse CPD

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Launch date: 07 Jul 2017
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Last updated: 29 Sep 2018

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Description

Overview of the generational and present day impact of disempowerment and assimilation:
Diversity of culture and beliefs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: Assessing,
planning and implementing care in the cultural context: Cultural competence and cultural
safety: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and dementia: Chronic health issues.

Objectives

The Past and Present Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Older People.
On completion of this course you will be able to:
Outline the disparity between the heath and well being of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians
List the risk factors for poor heath and well being
List the protective factors for good health and well being
Conclude that European colonisation had a devastating impact on the spiritual, cultural and physical existence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Incorporate the information about the taking of land and resulting disempowerment of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples into your interactions with your Indigenous clients
Discuss the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples unique cultures, beliefs and languages
Explain how dementia affects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Assess the needs of your Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander client from their individual world view within their cultural context
Apply this information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to the provision of culturally safe, respectful and appropriate care and services to your Indigenous clients.
Debra Shearman

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Debra Shearman
on behalf of Nurse CPD

Deb has just celebrated her 40th anniversary as a registered nurse. She currently lives in Sydney Australia.

Deb has a diverse background in nursing and business having worked across the nursing and health services fields of general, midwifery, mothercraft, drug and alcohol, health promotion and aged care in nursing, counsellor, supervisory and management and educator roles.

Deb has always had a passion for education and strong commitment to the professional development of nurses. Her philosophy is that people have the right to be cared for by those with the knowledge, practical and interpersonal skills to do their job safely, respectfully and holistically.

Deb’s ethos is that learning and development should be directly work relevant and support the day to day work that people do as well as aspiring them to gain further qualifications and to pursue career advancement.

Deb is the CEO and a founding director of CQI Internet Solutions Pty Ltd established in 2004. The company was the first to offer aged care specific online learning in Australia and has delivered over 383,000 course enrolments to nurses, care workers, hospitality staff, administrative staff and allied health professionals across Australia.

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