Have your say – Yarning Hub2022-03-03T15:28:43+10:00

Have your say – Yarning Hub

Part of the co-design and co-development of the Metro North Health Equity Strategy is to listen and learn from our valued Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers, staff, community members and partnership organisations.

We have developed this Yarning Hub as an informal way for you to provide us with feedback.

The Yarning Hub is managed by the Metro North Health Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership Team. Your yarns can be related to anything, and all feedback is important.

You might like to share with us about your service experience, name a deadly staff member or program, what you think we should be doing to make our services more culturally safe and responsive or an area we should be looking at. No idea is too big or small, so share a yarn with us.

Your feedback will be considered for our journey towards Health Equity and you will be provided with a response.

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Health Equity Program

Phone: (07) 3139 6621

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“Health Equity means Opportunity and Change.”

Wayne AhBoo, Moreton ATSICHS

“The voices, lived experiences, and cultural authority of our people are integral to the co-design, co-ownership and co-implementation of our Health Equity Strategy.”

Sherry Holzapfel - Executive Director, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health

“If we be too sensitive, we won’t fix anything.”

Uncle Charles Passi

“You have the full commitment from the Board and Metro North Leadership to co-design with Elders, community, and partners to make our hospital and health services accessible, free from racism and discrimination, culturally safe and responsive.”

Jim McGowan - Board Chair, Metro North Health

“Still keep fighting.”

Aunty Brenda Kanofski

“You have to understand the patient journey. You have to understand health starts at home.”

Cleveland Fagan - Chief Executive, Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council
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