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2023 Bursaries now awarded plus resources for Voice to parliament referendum
Initiatives
 Dr Lydia Pitcher

2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursaries Awarded plus Resources for the Voice to Parliament Referendum [UPDATED]

UPDATED – NEW RESOURCES AVAILABLE We are very pleased that the 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursaries, announced during NAIDOC Week have been awarded to the recipients. This coincided with the announcement of the date of the Referendum on the Voice to Parliament. We encourage our members to continue to review additional resources with regard to this Referendum.

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2023 - 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Recipient: Dr Alicia Veasey
Initiatives
 Dr Lydia Pitcher

Introducing Dr Alicia Veasey, 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Recipient

This week we complete the series where we have profiled the achievements and aspirations of the 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves recipients in the lead up to the 2023 Referendum on the Voice to Parliament. We introduce you to Dr Alicia Veasey, a proud Torres Strait Islander woman, an Obstetrician & Gynaecologist with a subspeciality fellowship in Paediatric & Adolescent Gynaecology (IFEPAG).

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2023 - 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Recipient: Dr Julia-Rose Satre
Initiatives
 Dr Lydia Pitcher

Introducing Dr Julia-Rose Satre, 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Recipient

We continue to profile the achievements and aspirations of the 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves recipients in the lead up to the 2023 Referendum on the Voice to Parliament. In our earlier posts, we shared the stories of Ms Megan Shuttleworth and Ms Natalie Gordon, and this week we would like to introduce you to another of this year’s bursary recipients, Dr Julia-Rose Satre.

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2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Recipient: Ms Natalie Gordon
Initiatives
 Dr Lydia Pitcher

Introducing Ms Natalie Gordon, 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Recipient

The Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Program was established as part of our commitment to the reconciliation and the Makarrata Commission, to encourage and empower female medical Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduates and students as they further their medical career and/or leadership aspirations. This week, we would like to introduce you to one this year’s bursary recipients, Ms Natalie Gordon.

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2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursaries - ANNOUNCEMENT OF RECIPIENTS in NAIDOC WEEK
Initiatives
 Dr Lydia Pitcher

2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursaries – Recipients announced in NAIDOC Week

In the spirit of the 2023 NAIDOC Week celebrations, we are very pleased to announce the outcome of 2023 Purple Bush Medicine Leaves Bursary Program. Congratulations to this year’s four recipients, who are all members of the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association, and at diverse stages of their career (two medical students, one recent graduate PGY1, and one registrar in her final year of specialty training).

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AFMW celebrating NAIDOC week 2023
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 AFMW

NAIDOC Week 2023

AFMW is a proud ongoing supporter of NAIDOC Week which recognises and celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The AFMW members are encouraged to celebrate NAIDOC Week through participation in local activities and events from 2-9 July 2023.

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