Topics: Protective and risk factors

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.

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: a review of interventions for prevention and management in Indigenous communities

Closing the Gap Clearinghouse (2015) Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: a review of interventions for prevention and management in Indigenous communities Canberra: Closing the Gap Clearinghouse


Perceptions of body weight, shape, obesity, and body image among generations of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women in Australia

Cinelli RL (2014) Perceptions of body weight, shape, obesity, and body image among generations of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women in Australia Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Sydney: Sydney


Provision of antenatal smoking cessation support: a survey with pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women

Passey M, Sanson-Fisher RW (2015) Provision of antenatal smoking cessation support: a survey with pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women Nicotine & Tobacco Research; Advance Access: ()


Epidemiology, etiology, and motivation of alcohol misuse among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders of the Northern Territory: a descriptive review

Ramamoorthi R, Jayaraj R, Notaras L, Thomas M (2015) Epidemiology, etiology, and motivation of alcohol misuse among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders of the Northern Territory: a descriptive review Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse; Latest articles: (1-11)


Improving Aboriginal women’s experiences of antenatal care: findings from the Aboriginal Families Study in South Australia

Brown SJ, Weetra D, Glover K, Buckskin M, Ah Kit J, Leane C, Mitchell A, Stuart-Butler D, Turner M, Gartland D, Yelland J (2015) Improving Aboriginal women’s experiences of antenatal care: findings from the Aboriginal Families Study in South Australia Birth; Early view: ()


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: ()


Social determinants of sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in the longitudinal study of Indigenous children

Thurber KA, Bagheri N, Banwell C (2014) Social determinants of sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in the longitudinal study of Indigenous children Family Matters; 95: (51-61)


‘Imagine if I gave up smoking …’: a qualitative exploration of Aboriginal participants’ perspectives of a self-management pilot training intervention

Chapple K, Kowanko I, Harvey P, Chong A, Battersby M (2015) ‘Imagine if I gave up smoking …’: a qualitative exploration of Aboriginal participants’ perspectives of a self-management pilot training intervention Australian Journal of Primary 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: ()


Prevalence of fetal alcohol syndrome in a population-based sample of children living in remote Australia: the Lililwan Project

Fitzpatrick JP, Latimer J, Carter M, Oscar J, Ferreira ML, Olson HC, Lucas BR, Doney R, Salter C, Try J, Hawkes G, Fitzpatrick E, Hand M, Watkins RE, Martiniuk ALC, Bower C, Boulton J, Elliott EJ (2015) Prevalence of fetal alcohol syndrome in a population-based sample of children living in remote Australia: the Lililwan Project […]


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