There are plenty of opportunities to get involved as an educator in Indigenous health. Since 2007, Australian Medical Council accreditation standards for medical schools have included an explicit focus on Indigenous health. The standards specify that medical schools use the educational expertise of Indigenous people, and have effective partnerships with Indigenous organisations and communities. Importantly, medical schools are also required to have an Indigenous health curriculum that includes study of the history, culture and health of Indigenous Australians. The AMC has endorsed the nationally consistent Indigenous health curriculum that was published by Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand in 2004. Dr David Paul, a senior lecturer at the Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health at the University of Western Australia (UWA), says this increased recent focus on Indigenous health within Australian medical schools means that there are substantial opportunities for doctors, both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, to get involved in Indigenous health education.