Northern Territory General Practice Education (2015) CommDoc Retrieved 2015 from http://www.ntgpe.org/commdoc/ CommDoc is an easy to navigate language tool developed for health professionals working in Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory.
Passey M, Sanson-Fisher RW (2015) Provision of antenatal smoking cessation support: a survey with pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women Nicotine & Tobacco Research; Advance Access: ()
Reeve C, Humphreys J, Wakerman J, Carroll V, Carter M, O’Brien T, Erlank C, Mansour R, Smith B (2015) Community participation in health service reform: the development of an innovative remote Aboriginal primary health-care service Australian Journal of Primary Health; Online Early: ()
Djarmbi the different Kookaburra (2015) Inception Strategies This short storybook is for Indigenous children who have autism.
Brusse C, Gardner K, McAullay D, Dowden M (2014) Social media and mobile apps for health promotion in Australian Indigenous populations: scoping review Journal of Medical Internet Research; 16(12): e280 Retrieved 10 December 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.2196/jmir.3614
Colles S, Maypilama EL (2014) Food and health communication across cultures: considerations for health professionals working with remote Aboriginal communities Darwin: Menzies School of Health Research
Gould GS, Watt K, Cadet-James Y, Clough AR (2014) Using the risk behaviour diagnosis scale to understand Australian aboriginal smoking – a cross-sectional validation survey in regional New South Wales Preventive Medicine Reports; In press: ()
O’Donoghue L, Percival N, Laycock A, McCalman J, Tsey K, Armit C, Bailie R (2014) Evaluating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health promotion activities using audit and feedback Australian Journal of Primary Health; 20: (339-344)
Campbell MA, Finlay S, Lucas K, Neal N, Williams R (2014) Kick the habit: a social marketing campaign by Aboriginal communities in NSW Australian Journal of Primary Health; 20: (327-333)
Percival NA (2014) Improving health promotion in Indigenous primary health care : is a continuing quality improvement approach feasible? Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Charles Darwin University: Darwin