Topics: Queensland

Impacts of meth/amphetamine, other drugs and alcohol in rural and remote areas in northern and north-east Queensland: an environmental scan

Clough A, Robertson J, Fitts M, Lawson K, Bird K, Hunter E, Gynther B, Obrecht K (2015) Impacts of meth/amphetamine, other drugs and alcohol in rural and remote areas in northern and north-east Queensland: an environmental scan Cairns: James Cook University


Chest pain risk assessment in Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians using HEART Score

Bodapati SN, Gunnarsson R, McBride William J, Stone R, Sutcliffe S (2016) Chest pain risk assessment in Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians using HEART Score Emergency Medicine Australasia; Early view: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1742-6723.12527


Way Forward: an Indigenous approach to well-being

Andersen K, Henderson J, Howarth E, Williamson D, Crompton D, Emmerson B (2015) Way Forward: an Indigenous approach to well-being Australasian Psychiatry; 23: (609-603)


Enhancing research quality through cultural competence: a case study in Queensland prisons

Heffernan E, Andersen K, Kinner SA (2015) Enhancing research quality through cultural competence: a case study in Queensland prisons Australasian Psychiatry; OnlineFirst: (1-4)


Breast cancer diagnosis, patterns of care and burden of disease in Queensland, Australia (1998-2004): does being Indigenous make a difference?

Moore SP, Soerjomataram I, Green AC, Garvey G, Martin J, Valery PC (2015) Breast cancer diagnosis, patterns of care and burden of disease in Queensland, Australia (1998-2004): does being Indigenous make a difference? International Journal of Public Health; Online First: (1-8)


Cost-effectiveness analysis of a mobile ear screening and surveillance service versus an outreach screening, surveillance and surgical service for Indigenous children in Australia

Nguyen KH, Smith AC, Armfield NR, Bensink M, Scuffham PA (2015) Cost-effectiveness analysis of a mobile ear screening and surveillance service versus an outreach screening, surveillance and surgical service for Indigenous children in Australia PLOS ONE; 10(9): e0138369 Retrieved 25 September 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0138369


Monitoring ear health through a telemedicine-supported health screening service in Queensland

Smith AC, Brown C, Bradford N, Caffery LJ, Perry C, Armfield NR (2015) Monitoring ear health through a telemedicine-supported health screening service in Queensland Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare; Online First: (1-4)


PEACH adaption project for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families: final report (phase 1)

Binge L (2015) PEACH adaption project for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families: final report (phase 1) Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology


Medication reviews are useful, but the model needs to be changed: perspectives of Aboriginal Health Service health professionals on Home Medicines Reviews

Swain L, Barclay L (2015) Medication reviews are useful, but the model needs to be changed: perspectives of Aboriginal Health Service health professionals on Home Medicines Reviews BMC Health Services Research; 15: 366 Retrieved 10 September 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12913-015-1029-3


A systematic review of the evidence that swimming pools improve health and wellbeing in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia

Hendrickx D, Stephen A, Lehmann D, Silva D, Boelaert M, Carapetis J, Walker R (2015) A systematic review of the evidence that swimming pools improve health and wellbeing in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()


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