To date, there have been limited systematic analyses of Australian child and youth health policies, and selected education wellbeing policies, with a social determinants of health and health equity focus. This study aims to contribute to addressing this gap.
Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are at very high risk of violence, but there is little evidence about the age at which their higher exposure to violence commences. The aim of this study was to investigate violence inflicted on Aboriginal girls during childhood...
This systematic scoping review aimed to assess, synthesise, and analyse the evidence in Australia about the impacts of racism on the mental and physical health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
This study provides evidence of the considerable efforts of the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation sector, as a primary health care provider, in addressing the social determinants of health and health inequity experienced by Indigenous communities.