Topics: Infants and young children

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research at the Kirby Institute 2015

The Kirby Institute (2015) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research at the Kirby Institute 2015 Sydney: The Kirby Institute


Prevalence and characteristics of overweight and obesity in Indigenous Australian children: a systematic review

Dyer SM, Gomersall JS, Smithers LG, Davy C, Coleman DT, Street JM (2015) Prevalence and characteristics of overweight and obesity in Indigenous Australian children: a systematic review Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition; Latest articles: ()


Healthy ears, happy kids resources

NSW Kids and Families (2015) Healthy Ears, Happy Kids resources Sydney: NSW Kids and Families These resources promote the importance of good personal hygiene, nutrition and regular ear health checks for preventing middle ear disease (otitis media).


Early life predictors of increased body mass index among Indigenous Australian children

Thurber KA, Dobbins T, Kirk M, Dance P, Banwell C (2015) Early life predictors of increased body mass index among Indigenous Australian children PLoS ONE; 10(6): e0130039 Retrieved 15 June 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0130039


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health performance framework 2014 report

Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council (2015) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health performance framework 2014 report Canberra: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet


The health and welfare of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 2015

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2015) The health and welfare of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 2015 Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare


A promising future: WA Aboriginal health programs: review of performance with recommendations for consolidation and advance

Holman D, Joyce SJ (2014) A promising future: WA Aboriginal health programs: review of performance with recommendations for consolidation and advance Perth, WA: Department of Health, Western Australia


Culturally appropriate flipcharts improve the knowledge of common respiratory conditions among Northern Territory Indigenous families

Mckay CC, Chang AB, Versteegh LA, McCallum GB (2015) Culturally appropriate flipcharts improve the knowledge of common respiratory conditions among Northern Territory Indigenous families Health Promotion Journal of Australia; Online early: ()


Footprints in Time

Footprints in Time (2015) Footprints in Time: the longitudinal study of Indigenous children: report from Wave 5 Canberra: Department of Social Services


An investigation into how Aboriginal Medical Services contribute to childhood immunisation

Joseph T (2015) An investigation into how Aboriginal Medical Services contribute to childhood immunisation Unpublished Master of Philosophy thesis, University of Sydney: Sydney


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