International Symposium on The Sustainable Development of Indigenous Knowledge and Tribal Health

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How to promote the sustainable development of tribal health with indigenous knowledge?From health, ecology to cultural healing, three different orientations to explore, this time invited the United States and Australia three universities, a total of 7 experts and scholars to do indigenous research, four of them more indigenous identity, Taiwan part with the high doctor – Namasha USR plan, The Gao medical first nations health center and the Aboriginal Medical Society jointly conduct multilateral exchanges, looking forward to creating a new discussion on the health and sustainable development of the First Nations.

Carol is pleased to have the opportunity to participate in the 2-day international academic exchange impromptu interpretation organized by Kaohsiung Medical University, and the secret two-day Namasha tribe entourage translation, these topics alone are Carol's interest in the first nations for many years, mental health, cultural healing and cross-cultural issues, not to mention direct face-to-face with scholars, Interested friends please do not hesitate, because there are not many places.

The international seminar to be held at Kaohsiung Medical University will open up the following venues for external quota entries:

  1. All-day Inte
    rnational Seminar 2019.11.27 (Wed) 9:00-17:10 (Registration Quick Link: https://forms.gle/Epf7RThdTFqfmtP8A)
  2. Partially open lectures (Sign up for a quick link: see QR Code on the poster below)
    1. 2019.11.26 (D) 13:10-15:00
    2. 2019.11.26 (2)18:30-20:30

Note: All of the above are Chinese interpretation, and the 2019.11.27 all-day seminar will focus on discussions between the facilitatorand and the speaker, with some paragraphs Chinese interpretation.

The following reposted from Lin Jin, director of the Institute of Gender Studies at Kaohsiung Medical University, and sorted it out.


International Seminar on Indigenous Knowledge and The Sustainable Development of Tribal Health

Flyer: 2019.11.27 Poster for the International Seminar on Aboriginal Knowledge and Tribal Health And Sustainable Development, please fill out the registration form

When: Dat
e: November 27, 2019 9:00-17:10 Event Location: Kaohsiung Medical University Reed Buil
ding, 3rd Floor Semi-Audio-visual Center Participants: High Medical Un
iversity USR Program teachers and students, and open 30 places for off-campus participants, please register online.
Quick registration link: https://forms.gle/Epf7RThdTFqfmtP8A S
eminar Poster Info: Flyer 1 / Flyer 2

Origin: Ind
igenous knowledge is the key to maintain the sustainable development of the tribe, Kaohsiung Medical University (later known as Gao Medical University) into tribal medicine has a long history, as early as 1958, gao medical opened the first Taiwan "mountain doctor medical speciality", Du smart President's far-reaching insight, in order to cultivate indigenous medical personnel as the job.Then, the Ministry of Education's first-time public-paid doctor system, with the high-san apricot society to the indigenous people as the main environment, but also into the roots of the indigenous people doctors.For nearly three decades, high-health insurance has continued to be implemented in the Health Care Promotion Program (IDS Program) in the First Nations Area of Kaohsiung City (Peach Source, Namasha, Maolin), but our imagination of tribal health is gradually draining the direction of the cultivation of indigenous medical talents and gradually falling into the colonial leadership without finding a way out?

Since the August 8 disaster, Gao Medical University has continued to accompany the Namacha people through a long road of cultural and medical reconstruction, in the process of constantly discovering the shadow of colonialism implied by medical assistance and social workers.Is the first thought of the Indigenous physicians and medical workers who nurtured the indigenous consciousness of Du Ming in 1958?How can we maintain this level of concept when we implement the USR program in 2019?

In the process of cooperation, how to play the knowledge and subjectivity of the indigenous people?How to think about the sustainable development of tribal health with tribal knowledge as the core?How to form an equal and successful original Han partnership?How to create a new opportunity for home-growing medical care in the cross-cutting context?

The international seminar invited a number of scholars from the University of Canberra, Griffith University, the State University of New York, Buffalo, to conduct multilateral exchanges with the High Medical-Namasha USR Program, the High Medical Aboriginal Health Center and the Aboriginal Medical Society, in the hope of creating a new discussion on the sustainable development of Aboriginal people's health and tribes.


Theme: "Indigenous Women's L
ecture" Date: 2019.11.26 (2) 18:30-20:30 Location: Kaohsiung Medica
l University IR201 Lecturer: 1, Kaav
iana Apu
u: Kanakanavu (Kanakanafu) 2, Hilary Weaver: Lakota, Professor and Associate Dean of the School of
Social Work at the State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, with a research expertise in indigenous women, who have long worked in a multi-cultural society with Native Americans and refugees.

Flyer: 2019.11.26 Part open-enrolled lecture poster, please sweep QR Code to register

Theme: How to develop an equal and successful service relationship with Aboriginal communities?
How do we partner equitably and successfully with an ath communities to deliver human services?

Date: 2019.11.26 (2) 13:10-15:00 Location: Kaohsiung M
edical University Jishi Building CS915

Lecturer:

  1. Glenn Woods: Aboriginal Australian, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Griffith University, Australia, a teacher who teaches Aboriginal knowledge and works with communities on "diversity and differences" and "Australian First Nations and Social Justice."These courses take the first people as the main body, from the perspective of the indigenous people, to explore the social orientation of the contemporary indigenous people.Lead the internship courses: "Aboriginal Community and Child Protection" "Aboriginal People's Real Estate" and other courses are taught in a practical way of Aboriginal community, so that students can understand the practice of Aboriginal-dominated communities.
  2. Director Lin Jinru as moderator
Photo: 11/26 International Scholars Collaborative Teaching

Photo from left, Lin Jinru, Director of the Institute of Gender Studies, Kaohsiung Medical University; Apuu
Kaaviana, member of the Namasha Tribe; Carol, Head of the Village Art

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