Silver linings reported by Australians experiencing public health restrictions during the first phase of the covid-19 pandemic: a qualitative report
This national study investigated the positives reported by residents experiencing the large-scale public health measures instituted in Australia to manage the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Most Australians had not previously experienced the traditional public health measures used (social distancing, hand hygiene...
Experience of healthcare access in Australia during the first year of the covid-19 pandemic
Changes in health-seeking behaviours and challenges in accessing care have been reported during the COVID-19 pandemic. This qualitative study examines Australian experiences related to healthcare access during the early months of the pandemic. The study aimed to identify key areas of concern as well as...
Passing on wisdom: exploring the end-of-life wishes of Aboriginal people from the midwest of Western Australia
This journal article brings together insights gained through two different types of discussion about dying and end-of-life wishes with Aboriginal people.
‘It shouldn’t be this hard’: exploring the challenges of rural health research
This study set out to describe the particular challenges of meeting the requirements of ethical review and research governance experienced by those undertaking rural research, many of whom focus on health equity issues and how health and health care can be improved for people living...
"A whispered sort of stuff" a community report on research around Aboriginal people's beliefs about cancer and experiences of cancer care in Western Australia
The Western Australian Aboriginal experience of cancer is the focus of this report. This report details information about a research project conducted on Aboriginal people’s beliefs about cancer, and experiences of cancer care in Western Australia. The report includes information on what the research was...