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This publication describes a framework to map statistical information about Indigenous people, in the context of the interrelationships with their social and physical environments.
Not only does it provide a means to present existing data, the framework also provides the means to identify potential...
The release of the Bringing Them Home report in 1997 (National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families, 1997) added impetus to calls for programs and services to address the healing needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
In recent years, there has been increased national attention on the need for healing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For instance, many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people feel that the former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's 2008 national apology to the Stolen Generations...
This article outlines Government investments made in Indigenous reconcilliation to date and identifies future priority areas including access to services; healing; improvments to the justice system, and education.
This paper describes the patient journey mapping tools and frameworks used in the Managing Two Worlds Together (MTWT) Project.
We sought to explore the barriers and enablers, gaps and strategies in relation to country Aboriginal patient journeys from rural and remote locations to city...
This overview of Australian Indigenous health draws largely on previously published information, some of which has been re-analysed to provide clearer comparisons between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people (for more details of statistics and methods, readers should refer to the original sources). Very little information is...