Topics: Protective and risk factors

How do drug service workers in the field of Aboriginal substance misuse describe the experience of being trained as family therapists and using family therapy in their work?

Sundbery J (2015) How do drug service workers in the field of Aboriginal substance misuse describe the experience of being trained as family therapists and using family therapy in their work? Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, La Trobe University: Melbourne


Characteristics of Indigenous adults with poorly controlled diabetes in north Queensland: implications for services

Johnson DR, McDermott RA, Clifton PM, D’Onise K, Taylor SM, Preece CL, Schmidt BA (2015) Characteristics of Indigenous adults with poorly controlled diabetes in north Queensland: implications for services BMC Public Health; 15: 325 Retrieved 3 April 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12889-015-1660-2


Overview of Australian Indigenous health status, 2014

Burns J, Burrow S, Drew N, Elwell M, Gray C, Harford-Mills M, Hoareau J, Lynch R, MacRae A, O’Hara T, Potter C, Ride K, Trzesinski A (2015) Overview of Australian Indigenous health status, 2014 Perth, WA: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet


A ‘Wellbeing Framework’ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living with chronic disease

Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (2015) A ‘Wellbeing Framework’ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living with chronic disease Sydney: Kanyini Vascular Collaboration


Factors affecting Indigenous West Australians’ health behavior: Indigenous perspectives

Waterworth P, Dimmock J, Pescud M, Braham R, Rosenberg M (2015) Factors affecting Indigenous West Australians’ health behavior: Indigenous perspectives Qualitative Health Research; OnlineFirst: ()


Smoking, poor nutrition, and sexually transmitted infections associated with pelvic inflammatory disease in remote north Queensland Indigenous communities, 1998-2005

Li M, McDermott R (2015) Smoking, poor nutrition, and sexually transmitted infections associated with pelvic inflammatory disease in remote north Queensland Indigenous communities, 1998-2005 BMC Women’s Health; 15: 31 Retrieved 1 April 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12905-015-0188-z


The multideterminant model of renal disease in a remote Australian Aboriginal population in the context of early life risk factors: lower birth weight, childhood post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, and current body mass index influence levels of albumi

Hoy WE, White AV, Tipiloura B, Singh G, Sharma SK, Bloomfield H, Swanson CE, Dowling A, McCredie DA (2015) The multideterminant model of renal disease in a remote Australian Aboriginal population in the context of early life risk factors: lower birth weight, childhood post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, and current body mass index influence levels of albumi Clinical […]


Prevalence of airflow obstruction and reduced forced vital capacity in an Aboriginal Australian population: the cross-sectional BOLD study

Cooksley NA, Atkinson D, Marks GB, Toelle BG, Reeve D, Johns DP, Abramson MJ, Burton DL, James AL, Wood-Baker R, Walters EH, Buist AS, Maguire GP (2015) Prevalence of airflow obstruction and reduced forced vital capacity in an Aboriginal Australian population: the cross-sectional BOLD study Respirology; Early view: ()


Report on government services 2015: Indigenous compendium

Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision (2015) Report on government services 2015: Indigenous compendium Canberra: Productivity Commission


Primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: priority evidence-practice gaps and stakeholder views on barriers and strategies for improvement: final report

Bailie R, Matthews V, Bailie J, Laycock A (2014) Primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: priority evidence-practice gaps and stakeholder views on barriers and strategies for improvement: final report Darwin: Menzies School of Health


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