One of COHORT’s PhD students, Ariana Kong, was able to share her experience in creating partnerships for research with Aboriginal people late last year. This, along with the experiences of others have been combined into a video by Maridulu Budyari Gumal, SPHERE.
The latest newsletter from the New York University College of Nursing’s Oral Health Nursing Education and Practice (OHNEP) program features their collaboration with COHORT following the visit of their program director- A/Prof Erin Hartnett to Sydney late last year. Erin is now an Adjunct Associate Professor with Western Sydney University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery and will assist COHORT in training undergraduate and practicing nurses and midwives in Australia.
On the 12th of November 2019, Australia’s first Nework for the Integration of Oral Health had its launch at the 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Victoria. This launch was attended by various organisations, researchers and policy makers from across the country, and was inaugurated by A/Prof Erin Hartnett, the program director of Oral Health Nursing Education and Practice at New York University.
Key presentations were also provided by A/Prof Rachel Martin, Prof Hanny Calache, and A/Prof Ajesh George. This launch was supported by the US National Interprofessional Inititative on Oral Health (NIIOH).
This launch was supported by researchers around the country, including Dr Meng-Wong Tiang, who submitted a video to explain how NIOH could benefit him.
Check out the NIOH website for more information
This November we were honoured to have A/Prof Erin Hartnett, the program director of Oral Health Nursing and Practice (OHNEP) from the New York University College of Nursing come and visit COHORT. As part of this visit, A/Prof Hartnett gave the following presentations:
Linking oral health with overall health: Nurses essential role in value-based care
Senior oral health: the missing piece in whole person care
The impact of nursing on oral health across the lifespan
We thank Erin for her time here, and look forward to many more collaborations with her!
One of our PhD students, Ariana Villarosa, shared about educating the community with the Ingham Institute. She specifically shared her experiences in building partnerships with Aboriginal communities and conducting research with them. Watch the full video here: