The Centre (CAMDH) was established to assist the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences in three main areas.
The Centre has nine main areas of responsibility:
Through The School of Indigenous Studies and The Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health, UWA offers a wide range of programs aimed at encouraging and fostering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander secondary students to complete Year 12 and pursue tertiary education at university. The program provides a pathway to university for students from Year 8 to Year 12.
The program's objectives are to expose students to various aspects of the university environment, including hands-on activities, meeting tertiary student role models and making decisions about their future education with the guidance of staff at the Centre.
Information on these programs are provided on the School of Indigenous Studies site as follows:
The Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health (CAMDH) offers a wide range of programs including the delivery of the Cultural Training Modules for the Rural Clinical School (RCS). For more information on this program or the delivery of the modules please contact Asst/Prof Christine Clinch.