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Shane has over 25 years' experience in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in South Australia.  He is a Kokotha man with connections to the far-west of South Australia.  Shane joined Flinders University in 2021 and works across a broad range of public health research, in the areas of decolonisation in health care and health systems and equity. He is currently working on 'Decolonising Primary Health Care' which aims to understand decolonising practices within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care services and organisations, and the policy context in which organisations operate that may support or constrain these practices. Shane is also working on a MRFF project exploring digital strategies for urgent care of older peoples in Southern Adelaide, as well as on the ‘Optimising screening and surveillance models of care for liver disease in remote Indigenous Australian communities’ project.


Shane is passionate about the use of Indigenous research methodologies in his work to ensure culturally safe data collection tools and data analysis processes. He is committed to contributing to an evidence base in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing in a manner that ensures that Indigenous ways of knowing, doing and being are respected and incorporated into health and research institutions.


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