Topics: Infectious conditions

Care and treatment of hepatitis C among Aboriginal people in New South Wales, Australia: implications for the implementation of new treatments

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: ()


Strategic information for hospital service planning: a linked data study to inform an urban Aboriginal Health Liaison Officer program in Western Australia

Katzenellenbogen JM, Miller LJ, Somerford P, McEvoy S, Bessarab D (2015) Strategic information for hospital service planning: a linked data study to inform an urban Aboriginal Health Liaison Officer program in Western Australia Australian Health Review; Online Early: ()


Sexual behaviour, drug use and health service use by young Noongar people in Western Australia: a snapshot

Williams R, Lawrence C, Wilkes E, Shipp M, Henry B, Eades S, Mathers B, Kaldor J, Maher L, Gray D (2014) Sexual behaviour, drug use and health service use by young Noongar people in Western Australia: a snapshot Sexual Health; Online Early: ()


Indigenous child health: Are we making progress?

Brewster DR, Morris PS (2014) Indigenous child health: Are we making progress? Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; Early view: ()


The microbiology of impetigo in Indigenous children: associations between Streptococcus pyogenes , Staphylococcus aureus, scabies, and nasal carriage

Bowen AC, Tong S, Chatfield MD, Carapetis JR (2014) The microbiology of impetigo in Indigenous children: associations between Streptococcus pyogenes , Staphylococcus aureus, scabies, and nasal carriage BMC Infectious Diseases; 14: 3854 Retrieved 31 December 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12879-014-0727-5


Sexual risk and healthcare seeking behaviour in young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in North Queensland

Scott R, Foster R, Oliver LN, Olsen A, Mooney-Somers J, Mathers B, Micallef JM, Kaldor J, Maher L (2014) Sexual risk and healthcare seeking behaviour in young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in North Queensland Sexual Health; Online early: ()


Sexually transmitted infections/bloodborne viruses in Aboriginal people; understanding the burden of disease and evaluating interventions

Graham S (2014) Sexually transmitted infections/bloodborne viruses in Aboriginal people; understanding the burden of disease and evaluating interventions Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of New South Wales: Sydney


Barriers and facilitators of sexually transmissible infection testing in remote Australian Aboriginal communities: results from the Sexually Transmitted Infections in Remote Communities, Improved and Enhanced Primary Health Care (STRIVE) study

Hengel B, Guy R, Garton L, Ward J, Rumbold A, Taylor-Thomson D, Silver B, McGregor S, Dyda A, Knox J, Kaldor J, Maher L (2014) Barriers and facilitators of sexually transmissible infection testing in remote Australian Aboriginal communities: results from the Sexually Transmitted Infections in Remote Communities, Improved and Enhanced Primary Health Care (STRIVE) study […]


“Only your blood can tell the story” – a qualitative research study using semi- structured interviews to explore the hepatitis B related knowledge, perceptions and experiences of remote dwelling Indigenous Australians and their health care providers in northern Australia

Davies J, Bukulatjpi S, Sharma S, Davis J, Johnston V (2014) “Only your blood can tell the story” – a qualitative research study using semi- structured interviews to explore the hepatitis B related knowledge, perceptions and experiences of remote dwelling Indigenous Australians and their health care providers in northern Australia BMC Public Health; 14: 1233 […]


Informing the control of communicable diseases

Lowbridge C (2014) Informing the control of communicable diseases Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of NSW: Sydney


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