Topics: Northern Territory

Effect of a family-centered, secondhand smoke intervention to reduce respiratory illness in Indigenous infants in Australia and New Zealand: a randomized controlled trial

Walker N, Johnston V, Glover M, Bullen C, Trenholme A, Chang A, Morris P, Segan C, Brown N, Fenton D, Hawthorne E, Borland R, Parag V, Von BlarambergT, Westphal D, Thomas D (2014) Effect of a family-centered, secondhand smoke intervention to reduce respiratory illness in Indigenous infants in Australia and New Zealand: a randomized controlled […]


Northern Territory Heart Failure Initiative-Clinical Audit (NTHFI-CA) – a prospective database on the quality of care and outcomes for acute decompensated heart failure admission in the Northern Territory: study design and rationale

Iyngkaran P, Tinsley J, Smith D, Haste M, Nadarajan K, Ilton M, Battersby M, Stewart S, Brown A (2014) Northern Territory Heart Failure Initiative-Clinical Audit (NTHFI-CA) – a prospective database on the quality of care and outcomes for acute decompensated heart failure admission in the Northern Territory: study design and rationale BMJ Open; 4: (1-13)


Why it remains difficult for remote cardiologist to obtain the locus of control for ambulatory health care conditions such as congestive heart failure?

p>Lyngkaran P, Brown A, Battersby M, Nadarajan K, Ilton M (2014) Why it remains difficult for remote cardiologist to obtain the locus of control for ambulatory health care conditions such as congestive heart failure? Journal of General Practice; 2(2): 1000146 Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2329-9126.1000146


Prevalence and validity of self-reported smoking in Indigenous and non-Indigenous young adults in the Australian Northern Territory

Pearce MS, Mann KD, Singh G, Davison B, Sayers SM (2014) Prevalence and validity of self-reported smoking in Indigenous and non-Indigenous young adults in the Australian Northern Territory BMC Public Health; 14: 861 Retrieved 21 August 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-14-861


‘Jumping around’: exploring young women’s behaviour and knowledge in relation to sexual health in a remote Aboriginal Australian community

Ireland S, Narjic CW, Belton S, Saggers S, McGrath A (2014) ‘Jumping around’: exploring young women’s behaviour and knowledge in relation to sexual health in a remote Aboriginal Australian community Culture, Health & Sexuality; Latest Articles: ()


The Adolescent Sexuality Education Project – community driven approach to improve sexual and reproductive health outcome of all Aboriginal young people across the NT – a further update

Lubari E, Light J, Muridzi T, Ryder N, Fajardo E, Bilal P (2014) The Adolescent Sexuality Education Project – community driven approach to improve sexual and reproductive health outcome of all Aboriginal young people across the NT – a further update Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin; 21: (20-23) See Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin June […]


Food, food choice and nutrition promotion in a remote Australian Aboriginal community

Colles SL, Maypilama E, Brimblecombe J (2014) Food, food choice and nutrition promotion in a remote Australian Aboriginal community Australian Journal of Primary Health; Online early: ()


The value of best-practice guidelines for OSCEs in a postgraduate program in an Australian remote area setting

Jeffrey CA, Mitchell ML, Henderson A, Lenthall S, Knight S, Glover P, Kelly M, Nulty D, Groves M (2014) The value of best-practice guidelines for OSCEs in a postgraduate program in an Australian remote area setting Rural and Remote Health; 14: 2469 Retrieved 27 July 2014 from http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/showarticlenew.asp?ArticleID=2469


Strengthening acute inpatient mental health care for Indigenous clients

Hinton R, Bradley P, Trauer T, Nagel T (2014) Strengthening acute inpatient mental health care for Indigenous clients Advances in Mental Health; ahead of press: ()


“You’ve got to make it relevant”: barriers and ways forward for assessing cognition in Aboriginal clients

Dingwall KM, Lindeman MA, Cairney S (2014) “You’ve got to make it relevant”: barriers and ways forward for assessing cognition in Aboriginal clients BMC Psychology; 2(1): 13 Retrieved June 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/2050-7283-2-13


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