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Milkshake consent video, Birthing on Country with Jodie Currie and Online teaching with Elisa Bone

News HeadlinesTorres Strait Islanders and climate changeClothing the Gap lawsuitRefugee transfer from Meanjin to Park Hotel CarltonGovernment response to sex harrasment report DiscussionFed govt milkshake consent video Birthing on Country - Phuong interviews Jody CurrieEarlier this year, The Lancet Global Health published an article about the effect of a Birthing on Country service redesign on maternal and neonatal health outcomes for First Nations people. The study aimed to report the clinical effectiveness of a Birthing in Our Community service on First Nations families. Here to speak with us about the service is Jody Currie, a Mununjahli Yugambeh woman and CEO of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heath Services Brisbane // Online teaching - Genevieve interviews Elisa BoneElisa is a Senior Lecturer in Higher Education Curriculum and Assessment at the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (MCSHE), where she works to advise academics across the University of Melbourne in curriculum innovation projects, with a focus on the STEM disciplines. Elisa has a background in zoology and marine ecology and has worked as a researcher and instructor in Australia, the Solomon Islands, New Zealand, and the US. She has designed, taught and coordinated courses in the biological and ecological sciences from introductory to graduate levels and has a deep interest in the capacity of collaborative education to build awareness of global environmental problems // SongsTwisting Words - Miiesha Ui Yia Uia - NO ZUBack in the Day - Erykah Badu

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