Adaptive Governance Workshop

Delivered by our Research Translation Chief Investigator Luke Burchill

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22 October 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Associate Professor Luke Burchill

Associate Professor Luke Burchill (MBBS (Hons) 1999, PhD 2013) is Australia’s first Aboriginal cardiologist. He is a Yorta Yorta/ Dja Dja Warrung man who grew up in Mooroopna and Echuca in regional Victoria. Right now, my worlds have collided with COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter.

About this event

Overview of the importance of culturally adaptive governance in research and in particular for projects in complex topics and settings.

What we’ll cover

This free three-hour virtual workshop presented by A/Prof Luke Burchill, ALIVE Indigenous Health Research Translator, will cover the following:

– What is Adaptive Governance?
– From Adaptive Governance to Culturally Adaptive Governance: Theory & Practice
– Our Governance, Our Values, Our Voices
– Simple tips for supporting feedback, learning and decision making across the ALIVE Network

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Who’s it for?

The objectives of the workshop are for the Next Gen Researcher Network who wish to gain an understanding of:

– Adaptive Governance and its principles
– Culturally Adaptive Governance Framework (CAGF) as a new approach for centering Indigenous governance in research collaborations
– How a CAGF approach can be used to map governance styles, values, and presence of community voice across the ALIVE Network
– Strategies that can be used to support feedback, learning and decision-making across the ALIVE Network

Dates & Milestones

Workshop runs on:

29 October 2021

Key sessions:

24 Aug 5.00pm – Guest speaker Dr. Fernando Tan

12 Sep 6.00pm – End of training party at Le Bon Ton, Collingwood

Adaptive Governance Workshop


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