Treloar C, Jackson C, Gray R, Newland J, Wilson H, Saunders V, Johnson P, Brener L (2015) Care and treatment of hepatitis C among Aboriginal people in New South Wales, Australia: implications for the implementation of new treatments Ethnicity & Health; Latest articles: ()
Yap L, Carruthers S, Thompson S, Cheng W, Jones J, Simpson P, Richards A, Thein HH, Haber P, Lloyd A, Butler T (2014) A descriptive model of patient readiness, motivators, and hepatitis C treatment uptake among Australian prisoners PLOS One; 9(2): e87564 Retrieved 27 February 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0087564
Rodgers M (2013) Connecting with youth: how arts-based health campaigns are engaging young Aboriginal people in NSW HIV Australia; 11: (46-48)
Abhilash D, Kemp R, Ward J, Henderson S, Williams S, Smirnov A, Plotnikova M, Najman JM (2013) Findings from the Queensland injecting drug survey (QuIDS): comparing hepatitis C risk behaviours among Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who inject drugs HIV Australia; 11: (37 – 40)
Ward J, Bryant J, Worth H, Hull P, Solar S, Bailey S (2013) Use of health services for sexually transmitted and blood-borne viral infections by young Aboriginal people in New South Wales Australian Journal of Primary Health; 19: (81-86)
National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Committee (2013) An economic analysis for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders: prison vs residential treatment Canberra: Australian National Council on Drugs
hepatitisvic (2012) Yarning about hep C Melbourne: hepatitisvic This video has been produced to encourage yarning among Victorian Aboriginal people about hepatitis C.
hepatitisvic (2012) Love your liver: living well with hepatitis C Melbourne: hepatitisvic This video provides information about living well with hepatitis C for Indigenous people.
Ward J, Topp L, Iversen J, Wand H, Akre S, Kaldor J, Maher L (2011) Higher HCV antibody prevalence among Indigenous clients of needle and syringe programs Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 35: (421-426)
The Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) held its conference, Building on capital, 28 November -1 December 2010, in Canberra.