Topics: Infectious conditions

This list is a topic specific collection of information relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. It includes peer reviewed original articles and reports and non-peer reviewed summaries or reviews published in the HealthBulletin. Journal articles, reports and other publications, conference presentations, theses, resources and websites published or presented elsewhere are also included. Please see the about section for further information.

Immunisation coverage annual report, 2014

Hull BP, Hendry AJ, Dey A, Beard FH, Brotherton JM, McIntyre PB (2017) Immunisation coverage annual report, 2014 Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 41: (E68-E90)


More bark than bite: comparative studies are needed to determine the importance of canine zoonoses in Aboriginal communities. A critical review of published research

Smout F, Schrieber L, Speare R, Skerratt LF (2017) More bark than bite: comparative studies are needed to determine the importance of canine zoonoses in Aboriginal communities. A critical review of published research Zoonoses and Public Health; Early View: (1-10)


Development of Group A streptococcal vaccines: an unmet global health need

Sheel M, Moreland NJ, Fraser JD, Carapetis J (2016) Development of Group A streptococcal vaccines: an unmet global health need Expert Review of Vaccines; 15: (227-238)


Overview of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health status 2016

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (2017) Overview of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health status 2016 Retrieved 3/3/2017 from http://www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au/health-facts/overviews


Prevalence of HIV among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: a systematic review and meta-analysis

13 March, 2017 | Posted in Vol 17 No 1, January 2017 – March 2017  HIV/AIDS  Sexual health  Men  Women  

Graham S, O’Connor CC, Morgan S, Chamberlain C, Hocking J (2017) Prevalence of HIV among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: a systematic review and meta-analysis Sexual Health; Online early


Australian Aboriginal children with otitis media have reduced antibody titres to specific nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae vaccine antigens

Thornton RB, Kirkham LS, Corscadden KJ, Wiertsema SP, Fuery A, Jones BJ, Coates HL, Vijayasekaran S, Zhang G, Keil A, Richmond PC (2017) Australian Aboriginal children with otitis media have reduced antibody titres to specific nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae vaccine antigens Clinical and Vaccine Immunology; Accepted manuscript


The burden of invasive infections in critically ill Indigenous children in Australia

Ostrowski JA, MacLaren G, Alexander J, Stewart P, Gune S, Francis JR, Ganu S, Festa M, Erickson SJ, Straney L, Schlapbach LJ (2017) The burden of invasive infections in critically ill Indigenous children in Australia Medical Journal of Australia; 206: (78-84)


Implementing evidence-based continuous quality improvement strategies in an urban Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in South East Queensland: a best practice implementation pilot

Hogg S, Roe Y, Mills R (2017) Implementing evidence-based continuous quality improvement strategies in an urban Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in South East Queensland: a best practice implementation pilot JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports; 15: (178-187)


Reducing recurrence of bacterial skin infections in Aboriginal children in rural communities: new ways of thinking, new ways of working

Thomas S, Crooks K, Taylor K, Massey PD, Williams R, Pearce G (2017) Reducing recurrence of bacterial skin infections in Aboriginal children in rural communities: new ways of thinking, new ways of working Australian Journal of Primary Health; Online early: (http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/PY16135)


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV website

South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) (2016) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV website Retrieved 2016 from http://www.atsihiv.org.au/


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