Topics: Closing the gap

Ecological model of Australian Indigenous men’s health

McCabe MP, Mellor D, Ricciardelli LA, Mussap AJ, Hallford DJ (2015) Ecological model of Australian Indigenous men’s health American Journal of Men’s Health; Online before print: ()


Footprints in Time

Footprints in Time (2015) Footprints in Time: the longitudinal study of Indigenous children: report from Wave 5 Canberra: Department of Social Services


The multideterminant model of renal disease in a remote Australian Aboriginal population in the context of early life risk factors: lower birth weight, childhood post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, and current body mass index influence levels of albumi

Hoy WE, White AV, Tipiloura B, Singh G, Sharma SK, Bloomfield H, Swanson CE, Dowling A, McCredie DA (2015) The multideterminant model of renal disease in a remote Australian Aboriginal population in the context of early life risk factors: lower birth weight, childhood post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, and current body mass index influence levels of albumi Clinical […]


Factors associated with cancer-specific and overall survival among Indigenous and non-Indigenous gynecologic cancer patients in Queensland, Australia: a matched cohort study

Diaz A, Moore SP, Martin JH, Green AC, Garvey G, Valery PC (2015) Factors associated with cancer-specific and overall survival among Indigenous and non-Indigenous gynecologic cancer patients in Queensland, Australia: a matched cohort study International Journal of Gynecological Cancer; 25: (542-547) View abstract: Factors associated with cancer-specific and overall survival among Indigenous and non-Indigenous gynecologic […]


Survival of Indigenous Australians receiving renal replacement therapy: closing the gap?

Lawton PD, Cunningham J, Zhao Y, Gray NA, Chatfield MD, Baade PD, Murali K, Jose MD (2015) Survival of Indigenous Australians receiving renal replacement therapy: closing the gap? Medical Journal of Australia; 202: (200-204)


Attitudes and characteristics of health professionals working in Aboriginal health

Wilson AM, Magarey AM, Jones M, O’Donnell K, Kelly J (2015) Attitudes and characteristics of health professionals working in Aboriginal health Rural and Remote Health; 15: 2739 Retrieved 30 March 2015 from http://www.rrh.org.au/publishedarticles/article_print_2739.pdf


What works and why? Early childhood professionals’ perspectives on effective early childhood education and care services for Indigenous families

Leske R, Sarmardin D, Woods A, Thorpe K (2015) What works and why? Early childhood professionals’ perspectives on effective early childhood education and care services for Indigenous families Australasian Journal of Early Childhood; 40: (109-118)


Influences on food and lifestyle choices for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: an Aboriginal perspective

Lawrence CG (2015) Influences on food and lifestyle choices for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: an Aboriginal perspective Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Sydney: Sydney


Exploration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives of Home Medicines Review

Swain LS, Barclay L (2015) Exploration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives of Home Medicines Review Rural and Remote Health; 15: 3009 Retrieved 25 February 2015 from http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/showarticlenew.asp?ArticleID=3009


Impact of diabetes on eye care service needs: the National Indigenous Eye Health Survey

Tapp RJ, Boudville A, Abouzeid M, Anjou MD, Taylor HR (2015) Impact of diabetes on eye care service needs: the National Indigenous Eye Health Survey Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology; Accepted articles: ()


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