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Cultural Navigator and Community Researcher, Flinders University

Tahlia Johnson is a proud Warramunga midwife with clinical experience from Kaurna Country, passionate about Indigenous women’s health, particularly birth and postpartum. Tahlia works as an academic teacher and cultural navigator at Flinders University, educating health students around incorporating culture in practice. She works as a researcher focusing on Indigenous curriculum, women’s and family health, as well as researching colonisation in health systems and services. She specialises in implementing qualitative Indigenous research methods across research teams. Tahlia’s goal is to find the evidence we need to make positive changes to the health services we provide Indigenous families in mainstream health.