Australian Indigenous Doctors Association (AIDA)
Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association (AIDA) is a not-for-profit, member-based, professional association supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students and doctors.
The AIDA Cultural Safety Toolkit have available a broad compilation of education and information resources that is intended to evolve over time. AIDA welcomes feedback and suggestions to enhance this resource.
Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa – Māori Medical Practitioners Association (Te ORA) is a professional body representing Māori medical students and doctors working as clinicians, researchers and teachers.
The LIME Network
Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education resources hub developed to enhance information sharing and develop deliver initiatives in Indigenous medical and health education and encourage the development of Indigenous health as a discipline.
Rural Health Continuing EducationRural Health Continuing Education
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Continual Learning, a series of eLearning modules aimed to promote a multi-disciplinary approach of particular benefit to surgeons in rural and remote locations who care for Indigenous patients. The modules focus on Indigenous-specific health issues and developing a support network to assist in resolving current and future specialist medical issues.
RANZCR New Zealand Branch
Cultural Awareness Resource Tool, a reference document of resources.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
An introduction to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health cultural protocols and perspectives
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Resources and Guides
Network for Indigenous Cultural and Health Education (NICHE)
NICHEportal is an initiative of the Specialist Medical Colleges of Australia. It is a central information point for educational resources for doctors who care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and patients.