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LIME Connection V
The Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) fifth biennial conference, LIME Connection V will be held in Darwin, Australia, 26-28 August 2013.
LIME Connection V: Re-imagining Indigenous Health Education: Harnessing energy, implementing evidence, creating change.
The Connection will provide an opportunity to discuss and critique current practices and explore emerging tools and techniques to drive improvement in outcomes for Indigenous health, and aims to encourage information sharing, professional development, capacity-building and networking amongst peers.
LIME Connection seeks to support collaboration between medical schools and to build linkages with community, colleges and those from other health disciplines.
Keynote speakers will include experts in Indigenous health and medical education from Australia, Aotearoa/ New Zealand and further afield.
The target audience includes
- Indigenous and non-Indigenous medical educators
- Indigenous health specialists
- Medical specialists
- Policy makers
- Students and
- Community members.
The LIMElight Awards, which acknowledge and celebrate the many successes in the field, will also be presented at LIME Connection V.
LIME Connection V is co-hosted by Charles Darwin University and Flinders University and is held under the auspices of Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand, the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association (AIDA) and Te Ohu Rata O Aotearoa (Te ORA) - Māori Medical Practitioners Association of Aotearoa.
The Connection is an outcome of the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network. The LIME Network is a program of Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. The LIME Network is hosted by the Onemda VicHealth Koori Health Unit within the Melbourne School of Population Health at the University of Melbourne.
Information regarding the program, including keynote speakers, will be regularly updated.