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Career Pathways for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce: Secondary Data Workf

7 August 2020

Summary

It offers insights in addressing racism and other underlying attitudes such as unconscious bias and stereotyping, and in understanding of the impact of work overload and burnout, with the aim of creating culturally safe and responsive environments and practices that, in turn, will ensure the wellbeing of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce, the non- Indigenous health workfor. [...] The lack of change in the proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce per the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population is attributed to a significant increase in the number of persons identifying as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, against which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health worker participation has only just kept pace. [...] 8 | P a g e National Career Pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce Project Secondary Data Report Introduction This research is part of a broader project, the aim of which has been to provide insights and guidance to enhance the capacity of the health system to support the development and careers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the health workforce an. [...] This project has sought and brought together the views and perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who work in health in a variety of roles, as well as the views of peaks and affiliates, professional associations, and other key stakeholders in the training and education sector and the health sector that can support them on their journey. [...] Project aim: To provide insight and guidance to enhance the capacity of the workplaces, and the health system more broadly to retain and support the development and careers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the workforce.

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