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The GP Show

Welcome to The Gp Show podcast "libsyn directory" page!  Please visit my full website; that includes podcasts, the podcast notes with resources, a clinicians bookshelf split into the lifestyle and medical domains with a growing library of online resources (for patients and health professionals) including handouts, courses, apps, books, podcasts and more.

Join me, Dr Sam Manger MD, for real and in-depth conversations with guests, experts and advocates from around the world sharing knowledge, stories, insight and experience on a variety of health-related topics.  This podcast is specifically designed-with-love for health professionals and anybody else interested in health, science and medicine.

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Dec 11, 2023

Dr Alana Gall is a proud Truwulway woman, a Pakana (Tasmanian Aboriginal) from the north-east coast of Lutruwita (Tasmania). Alana is passionate about Indigenous peoples' holistic health and wellbeing globally. She has a background with degrees in nutritional medicine, Master of Research and a PhD. Alana is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine at Southern Cross University, and an Honorary Research Fellow at both the University of Queensland and Menzies School of Health Research. She is the Co-Vice Chair of the World Federation of Public Health Associations Indigenous Working Group, and the Vice President-Elect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health at the Public Health Association of Australia.  Alana pioneered the use of individual yarns with a think-aloud component, called the ‘think-aloud yarn’, and co-developed the Key Principles to Co-Design with First Nations peoples, which have informed the development of Cancer Australia's Australian Cancer Plan and will underpin its implementation. She leads a research program that centres around First Nations Australians traditional medicines and healing practices, with the aims of protecting and preserving these medicines for future generations and improving accessibility for all First Nations communities across Australia.

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