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Journal article

Post-migration stressors and mental health for African migrants in South Australia: a qualitative study

We conducted a qualitative study involving African migrants (n = 20) and service providers (n = 10) in South Australia to explore mental health stressors, access to mental health services and how to improve mental health services for African migrant populations. This paper presents the...

Journal article

Collaborative population health planning between Australian primary health care organisations and local government: lost opportunity

Improving primary health care and local government collaboration has great potential to improve the quality of health planning and action on social determinants, thus advancing population health and health equity.
Conference paper

We don't have access to that': social mix and the right to the city

This paper draws on the concept of ‘right to the city’, based on Lefebvre’s work, in order to consider social mix policy. Despite some critique around the question of which right is referred to, and more specifically the right to what, for whom, and by...
Report

In our own backyard: urban health inequities and Aboriginal experiences of neighbourhood life, social capital and racism

Compared to the general South Australian urban population, people in this study reported lower levels of physical and mental health and experience of racism was associated with poorer health outcomes of participants.