Support

Please contact the LIME Network Team if you have any queries about using the tools:

Phone: +61 3 83449160

Email: lime-network@unimelb.edu.au

Your organisation has been allocated a single and unique log in. You can share this log in with staff members who will be contributing to the review/s. Those involved could include members of staff responsible for teaching and/or administering Indigenous health, those leading the relevant Unit at your organisation and other engaged staff members.

Please note that only one of each of the Periodic Systemic Review of Indigenous Health and Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Academic should be created at one time (i.e. one each, for each year you complete the tools). Various contributors can be identified when they insert their name into the ‘Completed by’ box at the end of each question – this ensures all relevant information can be captured for review in one place.

When the Periodic Systemic Review of Indigenous Health and Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Academic are undertaken over consecutive years, the organisation’s progress can be mapped and compared.

When completing the review, please answer the questions only in relation to the past year’s activities. This will ensure that you capture initiatives appropriately.

 

Dashboard

The Dashboard contains sections to begin and compare each of the three tools:

  • Periodic Systemic Review of Indigenous Health;
  • Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Academic;
  • Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Student.

Comparison of Your Results Over Time: provides a comparison of all completed reviews.

In Progress: Current review being undertaken, not yet submitted.

Completed: Completed reviews, including:

  • View Results: Presenting all results from the review.
  • Download PDF: download a PDF overview of results.
  • Download CSV: export results to a spreadsheet.

 

Periodic Systemic Review of Indigenous Health Initiatives

Purpose

To provide medical schools with a tool to review their response to Indigenous health initiatives against the Australian Medical Council Standards for Assessment and Accreditation of Medical Schools 2012. To assist with addressing the detail of the Standards, the ‘Notes’ from the Assessment and Accreditation of Medical Schools: Standards and Procedures 2010 have also been included. The reference to the relevant Standard and/or Note is detailed on each page.

When to use this tool:

  • To assist schools in preparing for AMC Accreditation;
  • To review systemic responsiveness to Indigenous health initiatives;
  • To collate evidence of Indigenous health initiatives.

What it will provide:

  • Identification of current strengths in relation to the AMC Standards;
  • Identification of areas for improvement to align with AMC Standards;
  • The opportunity to review your schools’ responsiveness to Indigenous health initiatives over time.

Each Section of the review is related to a ‘Standard’ and its associated ‘Notes’ in which Indigenous health is stated as an issue for consideration. There are multiple questions to be completed as part of each Section. Once you have completed all of the questions, move to the next Section by using the ‘Next’ button. The Review can be saved at any point in time to be completed at a later date.

Once all the questions have been answered, and the review has been submitted, the Tool can no longer be amended.

 

Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Academic

Purpose

To provide medical schools with a framework to map course content, delivery and time allocation of Indigenous health curriculum using the CDAMS Indigenous Health Curriculum Framework (IHCF).

When to use this tool:

  • To determine what current course content is covered within the medical curriculum; 
  • To determine where current course content is delivered within the medical curriculum; 
  • To identify what amount of time is currently allocated to the Indigenous health curriculum within the medical school.

What it will provide:

  • Identification of which components of the IHCF are being covered;
  • Identification of potential areas for further alignment with the IHCF;
  • A current map of the Indigenous health curriculum within the school.

Each Section of the review is related to a Suggested Subject Area from the IHCF. There are multiple questions to be completed as part of each Section. Once you have completed all of the questions, move to the next Section by using the ‘Next’ button. The Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Academic can be saved at any point in time to be completed at a later date. Once all the questions have been answered, and the review has been submitted, the Tool can no longer be amended.

 

Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Student

You will find a link to the Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Student on your Dashboard. This is identical to the Indigenous Health Curriculum Mapping Tool: Academic and can be used to capture student perspectives on Indigenous health initiatives in medical education. The Tool should be used in accordance with your University’s ethics and distribution protocols.

Please note that the term ‘Indigenous’ is used on this page to acknowledge the Accreditation Tools’ applicability to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, as well as Māori health education initiatives.