The Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council's report on Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Organisations about oral health services provided, and what challenges need to be addressed.
This paper documents socio-ecological factors influencing young Aboriginal people’s engagement with clinic-based sexually transmissible infections (STIs) testing in two remote settings in the Northern Territory, Australia.
The case for a Torres Strait Islander‐driven, long‐term research agenda for environment, health and wellbeing
This article proposes strategies to manage complex challenges regarding positive health for Torres Strait Islanders.
These guidelines outline necessary principles and recommendations specific for First Peoples living with disability and how their treatment is prioritised and managed.
There will be people in Australia for whom the indirect impacts of COVID-19 could be as dire as the virus itself. This position paper outlines recommendations on how to mitigate against this situation.
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.
The paper examines patterns of health and support service use among Australian children, especially among those at elevated risk of experiencing poor social-emotional wellbeing and psychological adjustment.
Patterns of health service use by people with dementia in their last year of life: New South Wales and Victoria
This report examines the health services usage of people with dementia in their last year of life and the findings have important implications for Australia’s health and aged care systems.
Hospitalisation for cirrhosis in Australia: disparities in presentation and outcomes for Indigenous Australians
This article assesses differences in presentation and patient outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians hospitalised for cirrhosis in Queensland.
Factors impacting on development and implementation of training programs for health professionals to deliver brief interventions, with a focus on programs developed for Indigenous clients: a literature review
This paper reviews the literature on evaluations of brief intervention training programs for health professionals which address one or more lifestyle factors of chronic disease to identify factors impacting on development and implementation of programs.