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Ritte R, Luke J, Nelson C, Brown A, O’Dea K, Jenkins A, Best JD, McDermott R, Daniel M, Rowley K (2016) Clinical outcomes associated with albuminuria in central Australia: a cohort study BMC Nephrology; 17: 113 Retrieved 5 August 2016 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12882-016-0328-1
Taylor S, McDermott R (2016) High glycaemia and low uptake of insulin treatment among remote Torres Strait Islanders with diabetes: implications for service delivery Australian Journal of Rural Health; Early view: (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12322)
Good food for good sugars (2016) Apunipima Cape York Health Council This factsheet explains which foods have ‘good sugar’ in them and how and when people with diabetes should eat these types of foods.
Rankin P, Morton D, Kent L, Mitchell B (2016) A community-based lifestyle intervention targeting Type II Diabetes risk factors in an Australian Aboriginal population: a feasibility study. Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin 16(3). Retrieved [access date] from http://healthbulletin.org.au/articles/a-community-based-lifestyle-intervention-targeting-type-ii-diabetes-risk-factors-in-an-australian-aboriginal-population-a-feasibility-study
Khanal N, Clayton P, McDonald S, Jose M (2016) Overview of dialysis in Indigenous compared to nonindigenous Australians Clinical Nephrology; Upcoming Articles: (http://dx.doi.org/10.5414/CNP86S119)
Cancer Council Victoria (2016) Sports drinks are gammin! Melbourne: Cancer Council Victoria The Rethink Sugary Drinks, the Sports Drinks are Gammin! campaign draws on the experiences of five Aboriginal athletes to encourage Aboriginal community members in Victoria (Vic) to drink water instead of sugary drinks.
Improvement Foundation (2016) Collaborative handbook: Closing the Gap Adelaide: SA: Australian Primary Care Collaboratives Program This resource encourages and supports general practices and health services throughout Australia to deliver rapid, measurable, systematic and sustainable improvements in the care they provide to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients.
Marley JV, Singleton S, Griffiths E, Cutter M, Wright K, Falcocchio L, Scott L, Houston N, Martin J, Atkinson D (2016) Integrating best practice and filling knowledge gaps in remote Aboriginal diabetes detection and care: improving case detection and service delivery Canberra: Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute
Burrow S, Ride K (2016) Review of diabetes among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet. Retrieved [access date] from http://healthbulletin.org.au/articles/review-of-diabetes-among-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-people Introduction About this review Acknowledgements Key facts The context of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and diabetes Extent of diabetes among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Complications and comorbidities associated […]
Boyle J, Eades S (2016) Closing the gap in Aboriginal women’s reproductive health: some progress, but still a long way to go Australian & New Zealand Journal of Obstretics & Gynaecology; 56: (223-224)
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