Ross S. Bailie, Ross Stuart Bailie
Exposure to risk and experiences of river flooding for people with disability and carers in rural Australia: a cross-sectional survey
In this journal article, the authors explore the exposure to risk and experiences of people with disability and carers during a flooding event and the subsequent mental health impacts.
Principles guiding ethical research in a collaboration to strengthen Indigenous primary healthcare in Australia: learning from experience
This paper explores culturally collaborative approaches to improve Indigenous health research.
Improving the quality of primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians
Improving the quality of primary health care is essential for Closing the Gap in health and wellbeing disparities between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. This is a final report of the CRE-IQI research findings and activities, with messages for action to...
Emerging evidence of the value of health assessments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the primary health care setting
The launch of the third edition of the National guide to preventive health assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in March 2018 heralds a renewed commitment to improving the delivery of preventive care. This paper reflects on four major lessons from this collaborative...
"It's just presence", the contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals in cancer care in Queensland
The aim of this research was to explore health professional's perspectives on the provision of follow-up cancer care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients in Queensland.