Arnold L, Hoy W, Wang Z (2015) Low birthweight increases risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalisations in a remote Indigenous Australian community – a prospective cohort study Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()
Wilson AM, Mehta K, Miller J, Yaxley A, Thomas J, Jackson K, Wray A, Miller MD (2015) Review of Indigenous health curriculum in nutrition and dietetics at one Australian university: an action research study The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education; 44: (106-120)
Rumbold AR, Wild KJ, Maypilama EL, Kildea SV, Barclay L, Wallace EM, Boyle JA (2015) Challenges to providing fetal anomaly testing in a cross-cultural environment: experiences of practitioners caring for Aboriginal women Birth; Early view: ()
Lee A, Rainow S, Tregenza J, Tregenza L, Balmer L, Bryce S, Paddy M, Sheard J, Schomburgk D (2015) Nutrition in remote Aboriginal communities: lessons from Mai Wiru and the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()
Brown A, Mentha R, Howard M, Rowley K, Reilly R, Paquet C, O’Dea K (2015) Men, hearts and minds: developing and piloting culturally specific psychometric tools assessing psychosocial stress and depression in central Australian Aboriginal men Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology; Latest articles: ()
Khuffash R, Brady S (2015) Identifying rheumatic heart disease patients requiring secondary prophylaxis in the hospital setting Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin; 22: (14-19)
Puszka S, Nagel T, Matthews V, Mosca D, Piovesan R, Nori A, Bailie R (2015) Monitoring and assessing the quality of care for youth: developing an audit tool using an expert consensus approach International Journal of Mental Health Systems; 9: 28 Retrieved 13 July 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13033-015-0019-5
Red Dust Role Models (2015) The germinators Melbourne: Red Dust Role Models The germinators is a 3.39-minute video that aims to promote the importance of healthy behaviours and practicing good hygiene habits.
Dingwall KM, Puszka S, Sweet M, Nagel T (2015) ‘Like drawing into sand’: acceptability, feasibility, and appropriateness of a new e-mental health resource for service providers working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Australian Psychologist; 50: (60-69)
Nightcliff Renal Unit (2015) Heart story Northern Territory Department of Health Renal Services This resource package was designed to educate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about protecting their hearts from too much potassium in their diet while undergoing renal dialysis treatment.