Our vision for reconciliation
We believe our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is a valuable way for us to document our vision for reconciliation and our commitment to working towards it.
We know it’s a great way to ensure the work we do is culturally appropriate and respectful of our Indigenous populations and their health needs.
I tutor and mentor Indigenous registrars who are going through GPTQ. I facilitate national workshops for our Indigenous registrars through RACGP. I provide support for registrars who are interested in Indigenous health training, and for my Indigenous registrars as well.Dr Danielle Arabena, GPTQ Medical Educator
We developed our RAP in collaboration with our Kab-bai Committee, the GPTQ board, our executive team and staff, GP registrar and GP supervisor representatives, Indigenous community representatives and Reconciliation Queensland.
Our position statement focuses on four key areas:
- Tracking progress and reporting
It is reviewed annually by the GPTQ Board of Directors, under advisement of the Kab-bai Committee and with input from staff and other stakeholders.
You can download the current version of GPTQ’s reconciliation plan here.
John Anderson speaks about the impact of the Stolen Generation on his family and how he’s working towards reparations and reconciliation.