Introduction to the IAHA Ultimate Student Leadership Challenge (USLC)
IAHA has now developed a new program delivered under the IAHA Health Leadership / Education and Development stream.
The Optimal outcomes for the many and increasing number of people with complex and chronic health concerns greatly depends on effective teamwork and collaboration between healthcare professionals with diverse skillsets and knowledges. Ultimate Student Leadership Challenge, aims to develop this important capability prior to the student’s graduation in a way that is transformative, authentic, and fun.
The IAHA USLC is an extracurricular competition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students from various health professions. It provides students with an opportunity to demonstrate their expertise in teamwork and collaboration as they develop a management plan in response to a complex case study.
The IAHA Ultimate Student Leadership Challenge (USLC) is a three-day cultural and leadership development program in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health students work with culturally and professionally diverse peers to respond to a complex, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health case study in a strengths-based and culturally informed way. The challenge supports student’s development, communication, and leadership, empowering them to lead in the provision of culturally safe, multidisciplinary care and to bring their cultural, personal and professional knowledges to the fore.
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