Cultural Rigour in Aboriginal Health Programs and Research

I recently gave a presentation at the 8th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium (online, 6th October 2021). Here’s a link to the blog post and my full presentation (link), which is based on the concept of cultural rigour. 1. Cultural Rigour Definition—So What? Yep, another definition, and definitions are something that I love examining,…… Continue reading Cultural Rigour in Aboriginal Health Programs and Research

Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcome Measures – What are rural and remote perspectives? (post no. 13)

Presentation by Mr Sharif Bagnulo In post no. 12, I talked about evaluation of the Aboriginal PROMs Proof-of-Concept Trials. In this post, I report on Mr Sharif Bagnulo’s brief presentation to the ACI Aboriginal Working Group for Patient Reported Measures (PRMs). Sharif spent 10 minutes with us on 27th July 2021. 1. The topic of…… Continue reading Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcome Measures – What are rural and remote perspectives? (post no. 13)

Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcome Measures – What are rural and remote perspectives? (post no. 12)

Aboriginal PROMS Evaluation In post no. 11, I got a bit more detailed about Country and PROMS, and asked: So, how do we get the philosophy of cultural connection to Country grounded in survey design? In this post, I’ll talk about evaluation of the trails. There are three trials sites right now – two in…… Continue reading Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcome Measures – What are rural and remote perspectives? (post no. 12)

Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcome Measures – What are rural and remote perspectives? (post no. 2)

A key challenge to a culturally safe survey for Aboriginal PROMs is the cultural validity of the survey. As Co-chair of the ACI Aboriginal Health Working Group for Patient Reported Measures (PRMs), I get to meet awesome people and hear their cultural voices. I met Prof Gail Garvey, a Kamilaroi woman from NSW (and who…… Continue reading Aboriginal Patient Reported Outcome Measures – What are rural and remote perspectives? (post no. 2)