Royal Adelaide Hospital, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Unit, Lynne Thorne & Denise Karpany

In this webinar, broadcaster and cancer survivor, Julie McCrossin interviews Aboriginal front-line health staff, Denise Karpany, Strategic Project Officer and Lynne Thorne, Aboriginal Cancer Health Practitioner from the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Unit at Royal Adelaide Hospital. This video includes film footage of the unit and shows what cultural safety in health care is all about.

This webinar series is hosted by SAHMRI and the Australian Bragg Centre for Proton Therapy and Research.

The Australian Bragg Centre for Proton Therapy and Research is a highly anticipated centre that will deliver technologically advanced precision radiotherapy, providing treatment to children, adolescents and adults. By sharing national and international examples of compassionate and innovative care we hope to benefit the broader radiation oncology community as well as incorporate innovations into the new proton therapy centre in Adelaide.

Hosted by Julie McCrossin AM a survivor of head and neck cancer.
Media Production by Daniel Taylor at Insight IT