Sediqa Karimi

Mater Refugee Community Advisory Group, MIPH. RN. BSc.

Sediqa Karimi is a passionate Registered Nurse with a strong background in Biomedical sciences and issues concerning Public Health and wellbeing. She is community minded and believes in diversity and equality in healthcare.  In her current role as an RN at the Emergency Department, she thrives to enhance her learning and knowledge in understanding the broader socio-economical determinants of health. She also believes that her background in public health and her ongoing learning in the clinical sector will enable her to contribute towards achieving the extraordinary for her patients, her work place and the community as a whole.

Sediqa will be representing the Refugee Health Network Queensland as part of the 'Ways of Working' showcase on Thursday 13 February 

    4.00pm - 5.00pm

    Conference Day One Thursday 13

    Plenary Showcase: Ways of working: self-representation, collaboration and reconciliation

    A showcase of local and national initiatives highlighting the collaboration of multiple service providers to deliver community-defined requirements.


    Rnita Dacho, Refugee Council of Australia
    Kelly Sibanda, Multicultural Australia


    Speakers, Organisations/ Initatives 

    Joseph Youhana, National Refugee Advocacy and Advisory Group

    Gulnara Abbasova, Harmony Alliance

    Vicky Jacobson, Sediqa Karimi and Donata Sackey, Refugee Health Network Queensland

    Sally Baker, Sally Morgan and Aamir Ali, RESIG National Campaign #StudentsLikeUs

    Anne Hilton,  Wayne Briscoe, Asylum Seeker and Refugee Assistance Program


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