Topics: Research

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.

Moving forward together in Aboriginal women’s health: a participatory action research exploring knowledge sharing, working together and addressing issues collaboratively in urban primary health care settings

Kelly J (2009) Moving forward together in Aboriginal women’s health: a participatory action research exploring knowledge sharing, working together and addressing issues collaboratively in urban primary health care settings. Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Flinders University, Adelaide


Research and Indigenous participation: critical reflexive methods

12 May, 2009 | Posted in Vol 9 No 2, April 2009 - June 2009  Cultural ways  Research  

Nicholls R (2009) Research and Indigenous participation: critical reflexive methods. International Journal of Social Research Methodology;12(2):117-126


The role of spirituality in social and emotional wellbeing initiatives: the family wellbeing program at Yarrabah

McEwan A, Tsey K (2009) The role of spirituality in social and emotional wellbeing initiatives: the family wellbeing program at Yarrabah Darwin: Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health


Measles, mumps vaccination history in the Northern Territory

Nagy C (2008) Measles, mumps vaccination history in the Northern Territory. The Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin;15(4):18-19


The problem of scale in Indigenous knowledge: a perspective from northern Australia

Wohling M (2009) The problem of scale in Indigenous knowledge: a perspective from northern Australia. Ecology and Society;14(1)


Aboriginal entertainer Jimmy Little awarded for health promotion work

9 December, 2008 | Posted in Vol 8 No 4, October 2008 - December 2008  Health  Kidney health  Research  

One of Australia’s top Aboriginal entertainers, singer-songwriter Jimmy Little, has been awarded for his contributions to improving Indigenous health.


“If the land is healthy … it makes the people healthy”: the relationship between caring for country and health for the Yorta Yorta Nation, Boonwurrung and Bangerang Tribes

Kingsley JY, Townsend M, Phillips R, Aldous D (2008) “If the land is healthy … it makes the people healthy”: the relationship between caring for country and health for the Yorta Yorta Nation, Boonwurrung and Bangerang Tribes. Health and Place;15(1):291-299


Increasing community participation in an Aboriginal health service

16 October, 2008 | Posted in Vol 8 No 4, October 2008 - December 2008  Rural  Research  Services  

Champion S, Franks C, Taylor J (2008) Increasing community participation in an Aboriginal health service. Australian Journal of Rural Health;16(5):297-301


National Aboriginal lupus workshop proceedings

1 October, 2008 | Posted in Vol 8 No 4, October 2008 - December 2008  Health  Research  

The Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health (CRIAH) in partnership with the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing held the National Aboriginal lupus workshop in February 2007 in response to Aboriginal community concern about lupus and its debilitating effects on individuals, families and communities.


The challenge of ‘closing the gaps’ in Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes

Altman J, Biddle N, Hunter B (2008) The challenge of ‘closing the gaps’ in Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes. (CAEPR Topical issue no. 8/2008) Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research


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