University of Melbourne embarks on project to gauge COVID-19 impact on Victorian Aboriginal community

Led by Gunai, Yorta Yorta and Gunditjmara man, Alister Thorpe, Lecturer in Indigenous Health, the University of Melbourne appeals for survey responses from across the State

University of Melbourne embarks on project to gauge COVID-19 impact on Victorian Aboriginal community

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Posted: 23 November 2020
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In what’s expected to be a 12-month project, the University of Melbourne launches a comprehensive survey of the impact of COVID-19 on Victoria’s Aboriginal community. The University’s lecturer in Indigenous Health, Alister Thorpe, who is leading the project, speaks about the project on Connection Matters Radio.

Duration: 09min 20sec
Broadcast: Monday 23 November 2020

 

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  • Alister Thorpe

    Gunai, Yorta Yorta and Gunditjmara man, Lecturer in Indigenous Health at University of Melbourne

More information

Click here to participate in the survey (University of Melbourne website)

Click on.the play button below to view an explanatory video

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