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Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health


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04 Mar 2010

 

This paper has been prepared by the Australian Indigenous Psychologists Association (AIPA) to generate discussion around the determinants of Indigenous social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB), and to provide a range of recommendations for addressing the current gap...

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19 Oct 2009

This report documents the first phase of the research project entitled Developing a Health Information System to Support Continuous Improvement in Antenatal Care for Aboriginal Women in the Central Australian Region.

The project consisted of four major elements: a literature...

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19 Oct 2009

Over the past ten years or so, there has been a dramatic rise in the general appreciation and development of Aboriginal visual art practices in south-east Australia. Although Aboriginal people in the south-east (which in this report is the whole of Victoria including the adjoining border...

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02 Oct 2009

In Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community health organisations play a significant role as providers of essential primary health care (PHC) in rural, remote and urban settings. Australian governments have developed policies and funding programs to support this growing health...

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02 Oct 2009

 

 

 

The relationship between spirituality, religion and health is an emerging area of research worldwide. Although the available evidence generally supports a positive association between religious beliefs, spirituality and health, the reasons...

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Research report

17 Jun 2009

Aboriginal patients from remote areas have special needs when interacting with health systems, and these needs must be met for safe care practices and optimal health outcomes to be achieved.

A growing body of evidence suggests that relatively small modifi cations to existing...

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19 Jan 2009

This research study aimed to measure and categorise the coverage of Indigenous Australians in all areas of three Australian newspapers and to specifically analyse the reportage of health articles and the social determinants of health.

The Age, The Australian and the Herald...

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16 Apr 2008

This paper presents a summary of the information collected during the department's Footprints in Time: The Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children (LSIC) community engagement qualitative trial undertaken in the Australian Capital Territory metropolitan region and the...

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Research report

07 Mar 2007

This is the third and final in a series of Family Wellbeing participatory action research (PAR) evaluation reports prepared by Apunipima Cape York Health Council over the past 5 years. The present evaluation confirms previous FWB evaluation findings across a range of settings and other evidence...

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