Sandra Lawrie

Indigenous Health Scholarship 2018

Deakin University, Vic
Bachelor of Social Work
Scholarship Awarded 2016
Sponsored by:
Rotary Club of Blackwood

How will I contribute to improving Indigenous health as a qualified medical practitioner or health worker?

I have a desire and passion in working in Aboriginal Health and from personal and professional life experiences I have chosen to undertake study in the chose course of social work because of the social determinate.   From work experiences it has taught me how to work in a social work model in relation to relationships and issues and being able to work with and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in an non-judgmental way which builds trust, respect, honesty in delivering an appropriate service and providing advocacy support for those in need.   From undertaking a degree in social work will not only benefit me personally with a career opportunities or the organisation I work for I know that what I learn from university that will continue to work towards improving better health and well-being for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, families and individuals.

As an Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal woman I am a dedicated and passionate community person and know in my own heart the qualifications I achieve personally will be beneficial to all by providing the community with the power of knowledge and expertise of having a choice in accessing a qualified Aboriginal social worker.

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