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Presents data for 19 ‘process-of-care’ and ‘health outcomes’ indicators, which focus on the prevention and management of chronic disease and maternal and child health.
Summary The New Directions: Mothers and Babies Services program, funded by the Australian Government, aims to increas access to,...
This paper investigates the risks and benefits associated with the use of genetic testing by agents outside the boundaries of the medical sphere and for reasons other than providing health care. Section one considers the actual and potential use of genetic testing by employers, insurance...
Examines the health literacy experiences among Māori and their whānau carers who use palliative care.
The New Zealand Palliative Care Strategy recognised the need for local and national policies that support the specific needs of Māori.
Two kaupapa Māori...
Improving access to primary care in remote communities for the management of diabetes results in net health benefits to patients and cost savings to government, this study finds.
This study aimed to explore Indigenous narrative accounts of healthcare access within qualitative research papers, to better understand Indigenous views on culturally safe healthcare and health communication represented in that literature.
This paper compares and contrasts the concept of innovation platforms with other types of networks that can be used in efforts to strengthen primary healthcare systems, such as communities of practice, practice-based research networks and quality improvement collaboratives.
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.
To address the widening life expectancy gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Indigenous Australians, this report identifies three priority areas that must be addressed.
Optimising care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with cancer is the aim of this national public consultation program.
Indigenous Allied Health Australia has developed this position statements on key policy issues relating to Indigenous health. This statement addresses the issue of racism in health, aged care, disability services and education systems.