The review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content within an undergraduate paramedicine degree curriculum
A review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content within an accredited paramedicine degree curriculum was undertaken as part of major course review and ongoing evaluation of the program. The aim of which was to ensure the course content was appropriate and relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. All content and teaching activities were audited where specific content was explored and noted. Findings were presented to a review team where good practice was highlighted and areas for development were addressed. This has encouraged staff to seek opportunities to embed content in both clinical and non-clinical skills, knowledge teaching and experiences. In addition to encouraging further review of other diverse communities.