The Adelaide-based Aboriginal Kidney Care Together – Improving Outcomes Now (AKction) project aims to transform Indigenous kidney health and healthcare. It is founded on long-term relationships, a shared determination for systemic change, and recognition of the need for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership, autonomy and governance.
Last week, the @AKction2 team took the reins of Croakey’s rotated Twitter acount @WePublicHealth and shared knowledge, language and insights into the cultural determinants of health, plus photos from the recent Renal Society of Australasian conference, as reported below. Don’t miss the fantastic map of the AKction research journey.
(And you can also read more about their work in these previous Croakey articles).
See previous Croakey articles on #KidneyCareTogether