22 May, 2024 - 22 May, 2024

As part of our ongoing commitment to creating educational opportunities for potential authors, reviewers and editors. On Wednesday 22 May 2024, First Nations Health and Wellbeing – The Lowitja Journal ran a free webinar on spoken word research.

The session, ‘Reducing barriers in research and writing’, was presented by Alison Elliott, a Family Therapist, Workforce Development Trainer and Team Leader, First Nations Team, at La Trobe University. Alison shared her personal experience of growth and confidence through ‘writing’ in this way, with a black-and-white model of working collaboratively.

First Nations Health and Wellbeing – The Lowitja Journal focuses on research papers, reviews, and community contributions regarding the health and wellbeing of First Nations communities across the globe. All accepted content includes substantive contributions by First Nations authors and is peer-reviewed by experts in the field of the submitted work.

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