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Reflection On Contemporary Health And Epidemiology, Strengths-Based Communication And Policies And Strategies

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Reflection Study

The study here describes the overall study in the form of a reflection that is based on the DIEP framework. With the help of the respective model, the study will demonstrate my experience in preparing the research paper on the study of “Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples”, the study concentrated on the history and origin of the people and their cultural values. The study also focused on the colonial systems that created a phase of inequality among the community of people. That further stressed the condition of such a situation that had impacted their health conditions in Australia.

The following structure of the Reflection Study will help in the evaluation of the knowledge:

DEIP Reflection Model

Figure 1: DEIP Reflection Model

(Source: Rmit, 2023)


The study conducted a detailed research study on the specific community of people such as “Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples”. As per the data of 2011, it had been observed that about 670,000 people of that community were living in “Australia”, it has been assumed that by 2031 it can exceed one million population across the country (Martin et al. 2023). The study concentrated on the culture and, most importantly the pre and post-colonialism period which had brought severe changes in the health and living status of the people. The most important part I felt was important the degrading health conditions due to extreme disparity among the community of people (Smith et al. 2023). The study also concentrates on the need for change in behaviour of the social practitioners. I detailed the knowledge I had gathered during the discourse of my study.


In the healthcare practice for the people of “Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People”, the health condition and facilities of treatment are available at a minimum range. The community is suffering from “Chronic diseases” and most importantly “Psychological distress”. While performing the study I came across many such health issues through which they are still suffering, where they had not received any incentive from the government. The practice that had been obtained from courses in healthcare service was to help the needy ones in overcoming the difficulties in their living standards (Ryan and Ivelja, 2023). The primary support system involves the “Indigenous Australian Health Programme” which is an initiative of the Australian Government in providing them with proper care. I will focus on whether the program benefits that reach every people are sufficient or not. I will perform the role of an awareness program for the people through which they will actively take part in the healthcare system (Kairuz et al. 2023). Under various programmes, it will be my responsibility to build up a strong community system to help healthcare to improve.


The strategies that are planned to be undertaken by me in the above explanation of the reflection will give a positive impact on the people. The government initiative is important to make it popular and an awareness programme to those communities of the people who live in the rural and core-rural areas (Nakata and Bray, 2023). Often the programmes of the government lack to reach to these people and only the urban people get the benefit of it. However, I had concentrated on the equal receiving of treatment from the government and the initiative would have to be taken by a group of social workers. I observed in my study that the post-colonial situation bad adversely affected their living standards and even they had been differentiated in healthcare (Brianna Poirier et al. 2023). The works of literature that had been studied in the context had confronted the major issues related to colonialism as well as the diseases that had surrounded them due to the lack of facilities within the country especially for them.


I concluded with the study that the strategies and approaches I had planned will help prove a positive impact on the "Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples” by following the Using of appropriate processes that will help to concentrate on particular reasons. The most important is working along with the”Aboriginal Workers” which will help in gathering more data regarding their needs and actual health treatment requirements. The approach that also includes within my plan is the commitment to building a trusting bond-relationship with the people to help those (Chakraborty et al. 2023). My work also focuses on honesty and humility towards all people of that community. The approaches are very much important as per the learning gathered during the discourse, this helps in building a strong base before establishing yourself for the huge programmes and such initiatives.


  • Brianna Poirier, B.A.H., Hedges, J. and Lisa Jamieson, B.D.S., 2023. The future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander oral health lies in the footprints of the past: Re-framing oral health discourse.
  • Chakraborty, A., Walke, E., Bainbridge, R., Bailie, R., Matthews, V., Larkins, S., Burgess, P., Askew, D., Langham, E., Smorgon, S. and Swaminathan, G., 2023. VOICE–Validating Outcomes by Including Consumer Experience: A Study Protocol to Develop a Patient Reported Experience Measure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Accessing Primary Health Care. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health20(1), p.357.
  • Kairuz, C., Hunter, K., Bennett-Brook, K., Ryder, C., Holland, A.J., Mackean, T., Jacques, M., Maze, D., Scarcella, M., Briscoe, K. and Coombes, J., 2023. Codesigning informative resources for families of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who sustained a burn injury: a protocol for a participatory action research study. BMJ open13(5), p.e068530.
  • Martin, T., McIntyre, S., Waight, E., Baynam, G., Watson, L., Langdon, K., Woolfenden, S., Smithers?Sheedy, H., Sherwood, J. and ACPR Birds?Eye View Group, 2023. Prevalence and trends for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children living with cerebral palsy: A birds?eye view. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology.
  • Milroy, H., Kashyap, S., Collova, J.R., Platell, M., Gee, G. and Ohan, J.L., 2023. Identifying the key characteristics of a culturally safe mental health service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: A qualitative systematic review protocol. Plos one18(1), p.e0280213.
  • Nakata, S. and Bray, D., 2023. Political Representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth in Australia. The Politics of Children’s Rights and Representation, p.301.
  • Poirier, B., Hedges, J. and Jamieson, L., 2023. The future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander oral health lies in the footprints of the past: Re?framing oral health discourse. Journal of Public Health Dentistry.
  • Ryan, J. and Ivelja, J., 2023. Indigenisation,(De) Colonisation, and Whiteness: Dismantling Social Work Education. Australian Social Work, pp.1-15.
  • Smith, R.L., Ranka, J. and Nott, M., 2023. Using the Perceive, Recall, Plan and Perform Assessment of cognitive strategy use with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples: Initial exploration of clinical Utility. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal.
  • Wells, S., Brinkley, M.M., Thurber, K.A., Banks, E., Whop, L.J., Maddox, R. and Lovett, R., 2023. Kulay Kalingka, a national cohort study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ cancer experiences: a study protocol. BMJ open13(5), p.e072045.


  • Rmit, 2023. How to use DIEP (Describe Interpret Evaluate Plan). Available at: [Accessed on 27th May, 2023]
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