This workshop will provide an overview of the Teaching Innovation Grant and Teaching Fellowship projects that provided funding to the UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health to develop a series of online training modules in Indigenous health. Participants will then be invited to choose one of the four modules and given half an hour to work through it using their own devices (laptop, tablet and phones may be used). Participants will be encouraged to provide feedback and discuss how the modules could potentially be adapted to their own disciplinary areas.

Please bring your own device (laptop, tablet or phone) to use during this workshop.


Condy Canuto, UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health
Dr Leanne Coombe, UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health
Murray Phillips, School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences
Jon Willis, UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health

Who should attend?

  • Academic staff
  • Learning designers
  • Anyone interested in including Indigenous perspectives within curricula, to increase the cultural competency of staff and students in order to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Benefits of attending 

  • Gain insights into teaching innovations in the critical area of embedding Indigenous perspectives.

About Teaching and Learning Week 2019

The 2019 UQ Teaching & Learning Week ran from Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November 2019. The series of workshops, panels, and other interactive sessions highlighted our excellent teachers and tutors, initiatives, and T&L leaders around the theme of 'Creativity'. 

View the 2019 program (PDF, 108KB) or watch available video recordings (for the sessions that were recorded).

Go to the T&L Week landing page


Sir Llew Edwards Building (14), St Lucia
Terrace Room (Level 6)