University of Adelaide

Journal article

General practitioners' perceptions of the provision of direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C within Australian private general practice: an exploratory qualitative study

This paper argues that there is a need to increase the involvement of Australian general practitioners (GPs) working in private practice to realise the potential of direct-acting antiviral treatments for people with the hepatitis C virus.
Literature review

Improving schooling and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners in South Australian Catholic schools and centres: a narrative review of the literature

This literature review was produced for Catholic Education South Australia (CESA), as part of a research-consultancy entitled 'Re-imagining Catholic Education for First Nations Sovereignty'. This literature review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education in Australia serves as a framework for contextualising subsequent phases of...

Re-imagining Catholic education for First Nations sovereignty: report to Catholic Education South Australia

This report has been produced for Catholic Education South Australia, as part of a research-consultancy entitled Re-imagining Catholic Education for First Nations Sovereignty. It provides findings and recommendations for developing a 10-year Aboriginal Education Strategy.
Policy report

Australia's Pacific scholarships as a tool of statecraft: student perspectives

Other authors
Feagaimaalii Soti Mapu, Jim Tawa Biliki, Epo Mark
In this policy paper, the authors discuss their experience of their scholarships and studies in Australia, how holding an Australian scholarship has shaped their opinion of Australia, and what they plan to go on and do after their studies.
Journal article

The safety of anaesthesia delivered by rural generalist anaesthetists: a scoping review of the literature

Rural generalist anaesthetists (RGAs) are central to the delivery of health care in much of rural and remote Australia. This article details a systematic review of the literature specifically asking the question, ‘what is the current evidence of the 'safety' of anaesthesia delivered by RGAs?’