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Applying the CanMEDS domain of Health Advocate students will develop and adapt their recoveryoriented mental health practice to work with diverse populations and within diverse settings, accounting for context in assessment, treatment and collaborative care planning for people with mental illness. The impact of working in consultation-liaison, private rooms and rural and remote settings on practice and supervision will be explored.
All students will further develop knowledge and skills in working with Aboriginal people, and make a deeper exploration of the mental health needs of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities to enhance their ability to work effectively with migrant, refugee and other culturally diverse populations.
Using the CanMEDS domain of the Scholar, students will increase their research skills to equip them to rigorously evaluate changes to their practice, complete a future Scholarly Project and prepare for a Masters level research, or quality improvement project.