Oral Health Update for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Workers & Practitioners
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Kirrily Phillips - Facilitator
Kirrily Phillips is a proud First Nations woman with bloodline connections to the northern rivers of New South Wales – Gumbaynggirr country. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Oral Health Therapy with the University of Queensland in 2012 and a Graduate Certificate in Oral Health Science in 2016 from the University of Adelaide, Kirrily had committed and devoted the last ten years towards two of the largest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community dental health services in South-East Queensland. Recently shifting her clinical practice to the private practice world and balancing her focus towards culturally suitable oral health resources with the ADA as the Indigenous Project Officer, Kirrily is excited to share her knowledge and help improve First Nations oral health
through safe and appropriate systems of care.
Dr Georgia Clarke
Georgia Clarke is a proud Gunditjmara woman and dentist living in Meanjin (Brisbane). She graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from James Cook University in 2016 after undertaking placements in Cairns, Darwin, Milingimbi Island and Launceston. She has continued her study, completing a Graduate Certificate in Medical and Health Leadership and is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art. For the last six years, Georgia has worked in private practice in Ipswich, with a particular interest in paediatric and preventive dentistry.