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  1. Policy implications of SCIPPS: Making a difference for ATSI and CALD communities Clive Aspin On behalf of SCIPPS team The 9th Global Forum of Bioethics Research 03 December 2008

  2. SCIPPS • Closing the gap – from 17 years to 0 years • National Chronic Disease Strategy – reduction of health disparities

  3. SCIPPS Prevention and care services must • Be responsive to the needs of ATSI and CALD communities • Be provided across the lifespan • Respond to geographical diversity

  4. SCIPPS Research must include ATSI and vulnerable groups and ensure that policy and services are appropriate and responsive to the changing needs of these groups.

  5. SCIPPS • Ethical guidelines must provide guidance on how to work appropriately with vulnerable groups • They need to include accountability measures

  6. SCIPPS Some researchers continue to avoid making the effort to include these groups or to engage with these communities, seeing it as the work of other researchers – “it’s too hard, it’s too expensive”

  7. SCIPPS Strategies • Provide funding for interpreters • Encourage research partnerships – provide research capacity building • A normal first step in the research process • Make researchers accountable to funding agencies

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  10. SCIPPS Kia ora Thank you Acknowledgements: The SCIPPS teams at the University of Sydney and the Australian National University The AMS Mt Druitt All study participants