Janine Mohamed

Janine Mohamed is a Narrunga Kaurna woman from Point Pearce in South Australia, and is currently CEO of Catsinam, the congress of Aboriginal and Torres-Strait Islander nurses and midwives. She has over 20 years experience in nursing, management, health workforce, health policy, and project management in the Aboriginal and Torres-Strait Islander health sector.
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New calls for wider implementation of Birthing on Country

Birthing on country is a culturally safe experience for women and families and could reduce the number of babies being born too early and dying in their first months.


CATSINAM CEO and Narrunga Kaurna woman, Janine Mohamed celebrates NAIDOC week and the extraordinary Aboriginal nurses that have worked to serve their people.

Cultural safety matters – the conversation we need to keep having

I rang my dad over the weekend. We’d hardly begun yarning before he asked me: “What’s this about white nurses having to apologise to us for being white?” I could have just said, “Dad, you should know better than to believe what the mainstream media says about us.”

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