Journal article

“The talking bit of medicine, that’s the most important bit”: doctors and Aboriginal interpreters collaborate to transform culturally competent hospital care

This pilot was part of a larger Participatory Action Research study examining strategies to achieve culturally safe communication at Royal Darwin Hospital.
Journal article

Quantitative evaluation of an outreach case management model of care for urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults living with complex chronic disease: a longitudinal study

This article aims to determine the impact of the Home-based Outreach case Management of chronic disease Exploratory (HOME) Study model of care on participants’ health and wellbeing at 12 months.
Report

Catching some air

This resource is the final report for the 'Catching Some Air' project, which aims to produce an informed set of guidelines for the management of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Journal article

Qualitative study of psychosocial factors impacting on Aboriginal women’s management of chronic disease

This research aims to understand the roles and responsibilities taken on by Aboriginal women within their families and communities and how this affected their ability to manage their own health and chronic conditions.
Report

Indigenous patient voices: Gathering perspectives - finding solutions for chronic and end stage kidney disease, 2017 symposium report

This report documents the discussions of the inaugural “Indigenous patient voices: Gathering perspectives finding solutions for chronic and end-stage kidney disease symposium.”