Gukwonderuk - Indigenous Health
We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land we are on. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and future.
We are committed to:
- A human rights approach to health equity for Indigenous people
- Quality education in Indigenous health equity
- Developing more Indigenous people to become healthcare providers, educators, researchers and leaders
Our name, Gukwonderuk (Wotjobaluk), is an important cure-all medicine used by Aboriginal people in South East Australia; the word translates to wise old plant or old man weed.
From bursaries, scholarships, accommodation, vertical peer program and health profession events – Indigenous students we have it for you.
This vibrant and energetic group meets once a month to discuss the ins and outs of Indigenous health research.
We include Indigenous wellbeing ways through a number of ceremonies, educational opportunities and initiatives.
A hub for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research, learning and engagement - promoting Indigenous leadership and advancement across Monash University.