The authors used the Health Educator Survey tool to investigates 15 Australian and 5 New Zealand health educator’s (academics currently teaching health professional students) perspectives on health disparities between groups. “Participants were asked to nominate the location of health disparities in the curriculum, including who was accountable for the content, and to nominate whether the content was placed within a health disparity context or separately. Risks identified included a lack of consistency in teaching, and teaching in a prescriptive style that could lead to the stereotyping of people of different ethnicities. Participants also identified a lack of professional training in health disparities”.