Topics: Education

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)


Impact of perinatal health and socio-demographic factors on school education outcomes: a population study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in the Northern Territory

Guthridge S, Li L, Silburn S, Li SQ, McKenzie J, Lynch J (2015) Impact of perinatal health and socio-demographic factors on school education outcomes: a population study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in the Northern Territory Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; Early view: ()


Toward making inroads in reducing the disparity of lung health in Australian indigenous and new zealand māori children

Chang AB, Marsh RL, Upham JW, Hoffman LR, Smith-Vaughan H, Holt D, Toombs M, Byrnes C, Yerkovich ST, Torzillo PJ, O’Grady KA, Grimwood K (2015) Toward making inroads in reducing the disparity of lung health in Australian indigenous and new zealand māori children Pediatric Pulmonology; 3: 9 Retrieved February 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fped.2015.00009 View article: Toward […]


The experiences of Indigenous health workers enrolled in a bachelor of nursing at a regional Australian university

Stuart L, Gorman D (2015) The experiences of Indigenous health workers enrolled in a bachelor of nursing at a regional Australian university AlterNative; 11: (29-44)


A comparison of vitamin D levels in two antenatal populations in regional Western Australia: ‘Tjindoo Ba Thonee Thurra’: sunshine for the pregnant belly

Willix C, Rasmussen S, Evans S, Walshe V (2015) A comparison of vitamin D levels in two antenatal populations in regional Western Australia: ‘Tjindoo Ba Thonee Thurra’: sunshine for the pregnant belly Australian Family Physician; 44: (141-144)


Closing the gap: Prime Minister’s report 2015

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (2015) Closing the gap: Prime Minister’s report 2015 Canberra: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Australia


Close the gap: progress and priorities report 2015

Holland C (2015) Close the gap: progress and priorities report 2015 Sydney: Australian Human Rights Commission


The Worawa Way: a strengths based approach to wellbeing for young Aboriginal women

Peeler L, Adams K, Walters K, Woodward J, Wellbeing Team (2014) The Worawa Way: a strengths based approach to wellbeing for young Aboriginal women Healesville, Vic: Worawa Aboriginal College


Closing the gap annual reports released

Two critical reports were released today, the Closing the gap: Prime Minister’s report 2015 and the Closing the gap – progress and priorities report prepared by the Close the Gap Steering Committee.


Social determinants of sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in the longitudinal study of Indigenous children

Thurber KA, Bagheri N, Banwell C (2014) Social determinants of sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in the longitudinal study of Indigenous children Family Matters; 95: (51-61)


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