JFPP resources

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There are many resources which can assist you through your JFPP journey. We hope you find the following resources informative.

*Highly recommenced

Online Resources

Kartiya are like Toyotas*

Remarks by a Western Desert woman about whitefellas who work in Indigenous communities

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What stresses remote area nurses? Current knowledge and future action*

Journal article on stress in remote area nurses, causes and interventions

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commdoc*

NTGPE's community consultation language app

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working well

Online resources  designed to assist GP registrars and other health professionals working in Aboriginal community controlled health services

*If working in an Aboriginal medical service (AMS)

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Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC) - placement interview

Dr Tony Austin AM, Chairman of the Remote Area Health Corps in conversation with new-to-remote Dr Douglas Randell on his recent experience working in remote Indigenous communities across the Northern Territory - 18 Oct 2017

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RAHC cultural handbook*

An introduction to working with, and living in, remote Aboriginal communities - reference guide

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Remote Ready*

Preparing for work in remote locations of the Northern Territory

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A review of the social and emotional wellbeing of Indigenous Australian peoples

Report from the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

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Indigenous Insights into Oral History, Social Determinants and Decolonisation

Excerpt from "Beyond Bandaids: Exploring the Underlying Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health"

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Offline Resources
"A Doctor's Dream: A story of hope from the Top End" by Dr Buddhi Lokuge
 
"Position Doubtful: Mapping Landscapes And Memories" by Kim Mahood