Topics: Cultural ways

Culturally appropriate flipcharts improve the knowledge of common respiratory conditions among Northern Territory Indigenous families

Mckay CC, Chang AB, Versteegh LA, McCallum GB (2015) Culturally appropriate flipcharts improve the knowledge of common respiratory conditions among Northern Territory Indigenous families Health Promotion Journal of Australia; Online early: ()


Quiet about pain: experiences of Aboriginal people in two rural communities

Strong J, Nielsen M, Williams M, Huggins J, Sussex R (2015) Quiet about pain: experiences of Aboriginal people in two rural communities Australian Journal of Rural Health; Early view: ()


Bringing them home: scorecard report 2015

Rule J, Rice E (2015) Bringing them home: scorecard report 2015 Canberra: National Sorry Day Committee


How do drug service workers in the field of Aboriginal substance misuse describe the experience of being trained as family therapists and using family therapy in their work?

Sundbery J (2015) How do drug service workers in the field of Aboriginal substance misuse describe the experience of being trained as family therapists and using family therapy in their work? Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, La Trobe University: Melbourne


Keeping our mob healthy in and out of prison: exploring prison health in Victoria to improve quality, culturally appropriate health care for Aboriginal people

Halacas C, Adams K (2015) Keeping our mob healthy in and out of prison: exploring prison health in Victoria to improve quality, culturally appropriate health care for Aboriginal people Collingwood, Vic: Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation


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: ()


An evaluation of the development, implementation, feasibility and impact of a tailored intervention to improve the quality of care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples attending urban general practice

Schutze H (2015) An evaluation of the development, implementation, feasibility and impact of a tailored intervention to improve the quality of care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples attending urban general practice Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of New South Wales: Sydney


Successes in sexual health communications development, programmatic implementation and evaluation in the Torres Strait region 2006 to 2012

Fagan PS, Robertson HK, Pedrana AE, Raulli A, Crouch AA (2015) Successes in sexual health communications development, programmatic implementation and evaluation in the Torres Strait region 2006 to 2012 Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()


Characteristics of Indigenous adults with poorly controlled diabetes in north Queensland: implications for services

Johnson DR, McDermott RA, Clifton PM, D’Onise K, Taylor SM, Preece CL, Schmidt BA (2015) Characteristics of Indigenous adults with poorly controlled diabetes in north Queensland: implications for services BMC Public Health; 15: 325 Retrieved 3 April 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12889-015-1660-2


Exploring undergraduate midwifery students’ readiness to deliver culturally secure care for pregnant and birthing Aboriginal women

Thackrah RD, Thompson SC, Durey A (2015) Exploring undergraduate midwifery students’ readiness to deliver culturally secure care for pregnant and birthing Aboriginal women BMC Medical Education; 17: 77 Retrieved 16 April 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12909-015-0360-z


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