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Time to clinical investigation for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Queensland women after a high grade abnormal Pap smear, 2000-2009

6 March, 2017 | Posted in Vol 17 No 1, January 2017 – March 2017  Cancer  Women  Queensland  

Whop LJ, Baade PD, Brotherton JM, Canfell K, Cunningham J, Gertig D, Lokuge K, Garvey G, Moore SP, Diaz A, O’Connell DL, Valery P, Roder DM, Condon JR (2017) Time to clinical investigation for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Queensland women after a high grade abnormal Pap smear, 2000-2009 Medical Journal of Australia; 206: (73-77)


Different survival analysis methods for measuring long-term outcomes of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian cancer patients in the presence and absence of competing risks

He VYF, Condon JR, Baade PD, Zhang X, Zhao Y (2017) Different survival analysis methods for measuring long-term outcomes of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian cancer patients in the presence and absence of competing risks Population Health Metrics; 15: 1 Retrieved 17 January 2017 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12963-016-0118-9


Follow-up cancer care: perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer survivors

Meiklejohn JA, Garvey G, Bailie R, Walpole E, Adams J, Williamson D, Martin J, Bernardes CM, Arley B, Marcusson B, Valery PC (2017) Follow-up cancer care: perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer survivors Supportive Care in Cancer; First online: (http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00520-016-3563-x)


Report on government services 2017, volume E: Health

Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision (2017) Report on government services 2017, volume E: Health Canberra: Productivity Commission


Cancer Data and Aboriginal Disparities (CanDAD) – developing an Advanced Cancer Data System for Aboriginal people in South Australia: a mixed methods research protocol

Yerrell PH, Roder D, Cargo M, Reilly R, Banham D, Micklem JM, Morey K, Stewart HB, Stajic J, Norris M, Brown A (2016) Cancer Data and Aboriginal Disparities (CanDAD) – developing an Advanced Cancer Data System for Aboriginal people in South Australia: a mixed methods research protocol BMJ Open; 6(12): e012505 Retrieved 23 December 2016 […]


Experiences of urban Australian Indigenous peer mentors in a non-communicable disease prevention program

Adams K, Browne J, Palermo C, Radford G (2016) Experiences of urban Australian Indigenous peer mentors in a non-communicable disease prevention program AlterNative; 12: (425-436)


High quality data are the key to understanding inequalities in cancer outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians

Roder DM, Buckley E (2016) High quality data are the key to understanding inequalities in cancer outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians Medical Journal of Australia; 205: (451-452)


Joe’s lung cancer journey

Cancer Australia (2016) Joe’s lung cancer journey Sydney: Cancer Australia This series of videos aims to raise awareness of cancer among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


Trends in cancer incidence and survival for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in the Northern Territory

Condon JR, Zhang X, Dempsey K, Garling L, Guthridge S (2016) Trends in cancer incidence and survival for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in the Northern Territory Medical Journal of Australia; 205: (454-458)


Providing aeromedical care to remote Indigenous communities

Bishop L, Laverty M, Gale L (2016) Providing aeromedical care to remote Indigenous communities Canberra: Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia


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