Topics: States and Territories

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.

In harm’s way: a study of Northern Territory linked crash records

Dempsey K (2016) In harm’s way: a study of Northern Territory linked crash records Unpublished Doctorate in Public Health thesis, Charles Darwin University: Darwin


Upper airway viruses and bacteria in urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Brisbane, Australia: a cross-sectional study

O’Grady KF, Hall KK, Sloots TP, Anderson J, Chang AB (2017) Upper airway viruses and bacteria in urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Brisbane, Australia: a cross-sectional study BMC Infectious Diseases; 17: 245 Retrieved 4 April 2017 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12879-017-2349-1


Deadly Choices empowering Indigenous Australians through social networking sites

McPhail-Bell K, Appo N, Haymes A, Bond C, Brough M, Fredericks B (2017) Deadly Choices empowering Indigenous Australians through social networking sites Health Promotion International; Advance Articles: (1-11)


Evaluation of the Alcohol Mandatory Treatment program

PricewaterhouseCoopers Indigenous Consulting (2017) Evaluation of the Alcohol Mandatory Treatment program Darwin: Northern Territory Department of Health


Risk factors for preterm, low birthweight and small for gestational age births among Aboriginal women from remote communities in Northern Australia

Kildea SV, Gao Y, Rolfe M, Boyle J, Tracy S, Barclay LM (2017) Risk factors for preterm, low birthweight and small for gestational age births among Aboriginal women from remote communities in Northern Australia Women and Birth; In press


Development of the Aboriginal Communication Assessment After Brain Injury (ACAABI): a screening tool for identifying acquired communication disorders in Aboriginal Australians

Armstrong EM, Ciccone N, Hersh D, Katzenellebogen J, Coffin J, Thompson S, Flicker L, Hayward C, Woods D, McAllister M (2017) Development of the Aboriginal Communication Assessment After Brain Injury (ACAABI): a screening tool for identifying acquired communication disorders in Aboriginal Australians International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology; Early Online: (1-12)


Budget 2017-18: information of relevance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health

Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison, delivered his second Australian Government Budget on Tuesday evening, 9 May 2017.


Are women’s needs being met by specialist health services managing urinary incontinence in the remote Top End NT?

Bonner A, Boyle J (2017) Are women’s needs being met by specialist health services managing urinary incontinence in the remote Top End NT? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; Early view


Life, lifestyle and location: examining the complexities of psychological distress in young adult Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians

Davison B, Nagel T, Singh GR (2017) Life, lifestyle and location: examining the complexities of psychological distress in young adult Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease; First View: (1-9)


The quality of health services provided to remote dwelling aboriginal infants in the top end of northern Australia following health system changes: a qualitative analysis

Josif CM, Kruske S, Kildea SV, Barclay LM (2017) The quality of health services provided to remote dwelling aboriginal infants in the top end of northern Australia following health system changes: a qualitative analysis BMC Pediatrics; 17: 93 Retrieved 31 March 2017 from https://dx.doi.org/10.1186%2Fs12887-017-0849-1


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