Monday 2 October: 10:15am
Suzanne Pitama is a child psychologist and has been involved in Māori health research for more than 18 years. Suzanne is on the LIME (Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education) reference group, which has representatives from each of the Australasian medical schools. The MIHI team has won a number of awards for their indigenous health curriculum. Suzanne has a special interest in medical and health education, and her PhD in medical education focused on the design, implementation and impact of indigenous health curricula within medical schools across four countries.