Barriers and enablers to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples participation as researchers and leading health research
IAHA have been engaged to lead a project on non-traditional pathways into health research, with a focus on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce.
We are interested in the views of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce on the barriers and enablers for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to participate in and lead health research, as researchers.
For members, this work is intended to improve the availability and quality of supports to enable the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce to pursue research careers and roles, expanding opportunities for personal and professional development and career pathways.
If you’re an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander member of IAHA, who does not already work in a research role, we would love to hear from you. The survey should only take 15 minutes of your time and can be accessed, along with more information HERE
If you do already work in research, stay tuned for an opportunity to participate in the next phase of this project, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to flag your interest.
July 16, 2020
Categories: IAHA News
Posted by: Renae Kilmister