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Expert Insights for Health Professionals: Impacts of The Voice to Parliament on First Nations Peoples

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This Expert Insights session will focus on the social and emotional wellbeing of First Nations Peoples as a result of discussions surrounding The Voice to Parliament.

Discussions and media about The Voice to Parliament are a regular phenomenon in the lead-up to the referendum later this year. What is the effect of these conversations and reports on the social and emotional well-being of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people? This Expert Insights panel considers this question, exploring what practitioners can do to increase their awareness of issues and distress that dialogue, discourse, and debate about The Voice to Parliament may give rise to in Indigenous peoples as well as to ways to tune into the various ways that these responses may present. Join us to hear about some of the considerations we can open our minds and hearts to in conversations about The Voice to Parliament with First Nations peoples.

Panelist:

  • Dr Clinton Schultz: Gamilaroi man and Director of First Nations Strategy and Partnerships at Black Dog Institute
  • Dr Shannon Springer: Associate Professor, First Peoples Health Stream, School of Medicine, Griffith University), our clinician.
  • Michelle: Lived experience representative.

Moderator:

  • Dr Sarah Barker: Clinical Psychologist and facilitator with the Black Dog Institute
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This Expert Insights session will focus on the social and emotional wellbeing of First Nations Peoples as a result of discussions surrounding The Voice to Parliament.

Discussions and media about The Voice to Parliament are a regular phenomenon in the lead-up to the referendum later this year. What is the effect of these conversations and reports on the social and emotional well-being of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people? This Expert Insights panel considers this question, exploring what practitioners can do to increase their awareness of issues and distress that dialogue, discourse, and debate about The Voice to Parliament may give rise to in Indigenous peoples as well as to ways to tune into the various ways that these responses may present. Join us to hear about some of the considerations we can open our minds and hearts to in conversations about The Voice to Parliament with First Nations peoples.

Panelist:

  • Dr Clinton Schultz: Gamilaroi man and Director of First Nations Strategy and Partnerships at Black Dog Institute
  • Dr Shannon Springer: Associate Professor, First Peoples Health Stream, School of Medicine, Griffith University), our clinician.
  • Michelle: Lived experience representative.

Moderator:

  • Dr Sarah Barker: Clinical Psychologist and facilitator with the Black Dog Institute
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