Project Summary:

This project aims to strengthen the evidence base underpinning the need for professional education reform and to strengthen Indigenous nursing and midwifery leadership in the complex and intersectional spaces implementing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Curriculum Framework.

“In 2020, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery professionals including practitioners, researchers, educators, policy makers, funders, and community organisations came together to form a national Consortium, known as Muliyan. The Muliyan research consortium addresses the growing need to bring together Indigenist Nursing and Midwifery educational research and the decades of Indigenous specialist knowledge, expertise and experiences held by each of the partners”.

– Roianne West, CEO and Project Lead

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