Trailblazing for cultural safety and cultural strength - conversation with Adjunct Professor Janine Mohamed WITH AUDIO

Working in Aboriginal health for the last 25 years

About Janine:

‘Well, I think the most important thing about me is that I'm a member of the Nurrunga and Kaurna nations, and I actually grew up in a little place called Point Pearce Mission, which is in the Yorke Peninsula of South Australia. I'm a mom of five: three daughters and two step-children, which is my son and my daughter.

‘I'm living on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. My past in nursing, that's my professional identity I suppose, but I’ve been working in Aboriginal health for the last 25 years. So a quarter of a century. A bit of time that I've spent in the space....’


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