Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW (2015) Culture, cancer, caring: inspiring stories for our mob Sydney: Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW This booklet highlights the activities of Aboriginal Health Workers, Aboriginal community controlled health services and mainstream health services to reduce the impact of cancer in Aboriginal communities in New […]
Binge L (2015) PEACH adaption project for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families: final report (phase 1) Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology
Tjina Maala Centre (2015) Message book for families: stories and support for carers of people with a disability Perth, WA: Ability Centre The Message book for families: stories and support for carers of people with a disability was produced to provide information to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families/carers of people with a disability.
Diabetes Australia – Vic (2015) Feltmum Melbourne: Diabetes Australia – Vic This resource kit provides Aboriginal families with culturally appropriate, evidence based information about diabetes in pregnancy in a visual format which is easy to understand.
McKenna B, Fernbacher S, Furness T, Hannon M (2015) ‘Cultural brokerage’ and beyond: piloting the role of an urban Aboriginal Mental Health Liaison Officer BMC Public Health; 15(1): 881 Retrieved 14 September 2015 from http://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12889-015-2221-4
Swain L, Barclay L (2015) Medication reviews are useful, but the model needs to be changed: perspectives of Aboriginal Health Service health professionals on Home Medicines Reviews BMC Health Services Research; 15: 366 Retrieved 10 September 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12913-015-1029-3
He VY, Condon JR, You J, Zhao Y, Burrow JN (2015) Adverse outcome after incident stroke hospitalization for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory International Journal of Stroke; Early view: ()
Waterworth P (2015) Factors affecting West Australian Indigenous community members’ health behaviour: a qualitative study Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Western Australia: Perth
Vujcich D 1, Hadland N2, Sullivan B2, Clews S2, Kerry K1, Mak DB1,3 (2015)Why HITnet kiosks didn’t hit the mark for sexual health education of Western Australian Aboriginal youth Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin 15(4). Retrieved [access date] from http://healthbulletin.org.au/articles/why-hitnet-kiosks-didnt-hit-the-mark-for-sexual-health-education-of-western-australian-aboriginal-youth
Stayin’ on track is an online resource for young Aboriginal fathers.