Topics: Cultural ways

Does more equitable governance lead to more equitable health care? A case study based on the implementation of health reform in Aboriginal health Australia

Kelaher M, Sabanovic H, La Brooy C, Lock M, Lusher D, Brown L (2014) Does more equitable governance lead to more equitable health care? A case study based on the implementation of health reform in Aboriginal health Australia Social Science & Medicine; In press: ()


Indigenous Respiratory Outreach Care: the first 18 months of a specialist respiratory outreach service to rural and remote Indigenous communities in Queensland, Australia

Medlin LG, Chang AB, Fong K, JacksonR, BishopP, Dent A, HillDC, VincentS, O’Grady KAF (2014) Indigenous Respiratory Outreach Care: the first 18 months of a specialist respiratory outreach service to rural and remote Indigenous communities in Queensland, Australia Australian Health Review; online early: ()


Principles for the development of Aboriginal health interventions: culturally appropriate methods through systemic empathy

Kendall E, Barnett L (2014) Principles for the development of Aboriginal health interventions: culturally appropriate methods through systemic empathy Ethnicity & Health; Latest articles: ()


2014 NAIDOC week celebrations

This week marks the start of the 2014 NAIDOC week celebrations. NAIDOC week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australia, and provides an opportunity to recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians bring to both country and society.


Australian Indigenous youth’s participation in sport and associated health outcomes: empirical analysis and implications

Dalton B, Wilson R, Evans J, Cochrane S (2014) Australian Indigenous youth’s participation in sport and associated health outcomes: empirical analysis and implications Sport Management Review; In press: ()


Improving Aboriginal maternal and infant health services in the ‘Top End’ of Australia; synthesis of the findings of a health services research program aimed at engaging stakeholders, developing research capacity and embedding change

Barclay L, Kruske S, Bar-Zeev S, Steenkamp M, Josif C, Narjic CW, Wardaguga M, Belton S, Gao Y, Dunbar T, Kildea S (2014) Improving Aboriginal maternal and infant health services in the ‘Top End’ of Australia; synthesis of the findings of a health services research program aimed at engaging stakeholders, developing research capacity and embedding […]


“We like to listen to stories about fish”: integrating indigenous ecological and scientific knowledge to inform environmental flow assessments

Jackson SE, Douglas MM (2014) “We like to listen to stories about fish”: integrating indigenous ecological and scientific knowledge to inform environmental flow assessments Ecology and Scociety; 19(1): 43 Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05874-190143


Can a white nurse get it? ‘Reflexive practice’ and the non-Indigenous clinician/researcher working with Aboriginal people

Rix EF, Barclay L, Wilson S (2014) Can a white nurse get it? ‘Reflexive practice’ and the non-Indigenous clinician/researcher working with Aboriginal people Rural and Remote Health; 14: 2769 Retrieved 3 June 2014 from http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/showarticlenew.asp?ArticleID=2679


The use of a standardized language assessment tool to measure the language development of urban Aboriginal preschoolers

Miller E, Webster V, Knight J, Comino E (2014) The use of a standardized language assessment tool to measure the language development of urban Aboriginal preschoolers International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology; 16: (109-120)


Public drinking, social connection and social capital: a qualitative study

Manton E, Pennay A, Savic M (2014) Public drinking, social connection and social capital: a qualitative study Addiction Research & Theory; 22: (218-228)