Topics: Remote

“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


Serum vitamin D levels, diabetes and cardio-metabolic risk factors in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians

Maple-Brown LJ, Hughes JT, Lu ZX, Jeyaraman K, Lawton P, Jones GRD, Ellis A, Sinha A, Maclsaac RJ, Jerums G, O’Dea K (2014) Serum vitamin D levels, diabetes and cardio-metabolic risk factors in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome; 6: 78 Retrieved 16 July 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1758-5996-6-78


Travelling to the city for hospital care: access factors in country Aboriginal patient journeys

Kelly J, Dwyer J, Willis E, Pekarsky B (2014) Travelling to the city for hospital care: access factors in country Aboriginal patient journeys Australian Journal of Rural Health; 22: (109-113)


Does delivery of a training program for healthcare professionals increase access to pulmonary rehabilitation and improve outcomes for people with chronic lung disease in rural and remote Australia?

Johnston CL, Maxwell LJ, Maguire GP, Alison JA (2014) Does delivery of a training program for healthcare professionals increase access to pulmonary rehabilitation and improve outcomes for people with chronic lung disease in rural and remote Australia? Australian Health Review; Online Early: ()


Indigenous Respiratory Outreach Care: the first 18 months of a specialist respiratory outreach service to rural and remote Indigenous communities in Queensland, Australia

Medlin LG, Chang AB, Fong K, JacksonR, BishopP, Dent A, HillDC, VincentS, O’Grady KAF (2014) Indigenous Respiratory Outreach Care: the first 18 months of a specialist respiratory outreach service to rural and remote Indigenous communities in Queensland, Australia Australian Health Review; online early: ()


Principles for the development of Aboriginal health interventions: culturally appropriate methods through systemic empathy

Kendall E, Barnett L (2014) Principles for the development of Aboriginal health interventions: culturally appropriate methods through systemic empathy Ethnicity & Health; Latest articles: ()


Chlamydia among Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people attending sexual health services, general practices and Aboriginal community controlled health services

Ward J, Goller J, Ali H, Bowring A, Couzos S, Saunders M, Yau P, Kaldor JM, Hellard M, Guy RJ, Donovan B (2014) Chlamydia among Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people attending sexual health services, general practices and Aboriginal community controlled health services BMC Health Services Research; 14: 285 Retrieved 1 July 2014 from […]


Mobile phones support adherence and retention of Indigenous participants in a randomised controlled trial: strategies and lessons learnt

McCallum GB, Versteegh LA, Morris PS, Mckay CC, Jacobsen NJ, White AV, D’Antoine HA, Chang AB (2014) Mobile phones support adherence and retention of Indigenous participants in a randomised controlled trial: strategies and lessons learnt BMC Public Health; 14: 622 Retrieved 18 June 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-14-622


Gastrointestinal amyloidosis in Australian Indigenous patients

Frommer DJ, Fernandes D, Pawar G, Goud R (2014) Gastrointestinal amyloidosis in Australian Indigenous patients Internal Medicine Journal; 44: (605-609)


Chronic disease profiles in one high risk Indigenous community: a comparison of chronic disease profiles after a 10 year follow up and the relationship between birth weight and chronic disease morbidity and mortality

Scott JA (2014) Chronic disease profiles in one high risk Indigenous community: a comparison of chronic disease profiles after a 10 year follow up and the relationship between birth weight and chronic disease morbidity and mortality Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Queensland: Brisbane