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AHCSA Aboriginal Researcher Registry

The Aboriginal Researcher Registry is an electronic database created and maintained by the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia for the purpose of identifying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers interested in research project work and linking them with funded projects and other researchers.

Researchers wishing to make contact with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers will contact the Senior Research and Ethics Officer. The Senior Research and Ethics Officer will then find out about the skills and other relevant information needed for the position and then separately check the database. No information will be provided from the database to anyone making enquiries without first making contact with those on the registry.

The Senior Research and Ethics Officer will make contact with those on the registry and give them the contact details of the researchers who have made the enquiry. It will then be up to the person registered to decide on any further actions. Access to the database will be restricted to personnel employed by the AHCSA and involved in the Aboriginal research capacity building course and the council’s research and ethics services.

If you would like to be added to the registry, please download and fill out the Aboriginal Researcher Registry form.

Once you have completed the application form you can email or send it to either:

Kim O’Donnell
Lecturer, Education and Training Team
Email: kim.o’donnell@ahcsa.org.au

Rosie King
Senior Research and Ethics Officer
Email: rosie.king@ahcsa.org.au

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