Topics: Western Australia

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.

Hospital utilisation in Indigenous and Non-Indigenous infants under 12 months of age in Western Australia, prospective population based data linkage study

McAuley K, McAullay D, Strobel NA, Marriott R, Atkinson DN, Marley JV, Stanley FJ, Edmond KM (2016) Hospital utilisation in Indigenous and Non-Indigenous infants under 12 months of age in Western Australia, prospective population based data linkage study PLOS ONE; 11(4): e0154171 Retrieved 27 April 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0154171


Increasing incidence of type 2 diabetes in Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in Western Australia, 1990-2012

Haynes A, Kalic R, Cooper M, Hewitt JK, Davis EA (2016) Increasing incidence of type 2 diabetes in Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in Western Australia, 1990-2012 Medical Journal of Australia; 204: (303)


Incontinence sketch video resources

Primary Health Network Northern Territory (2016) Incontinence sketch video resources Darwin, NT: Primary Health Network Northern Territory This resource package includes sketch videos describing incontinence, who it affects, its causes, symptoms and where to get help.


2015 Australian trachoma surveillance preliminary report

The Kirby Institute (2016) 2015 Australian trachoma surveillance preliminary report Sydney: The Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales


Coordination of diabetic retinopathy screening in the Kimberley region of Western Australia

Moynihan V, Turner A (2016) Coordination of diabetic retinopathy screening in the Kimberley region of Western Australia Australian Journal of Rural Health; Early view: (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12290) Further information: View abstract: Coordination of diabetic retinopathy screening in the Kimberley region of Western Australia View website: Australian Journal of Rural Health


Using theory to improve low back pain care in Australian Aboriginal primary care: a mixed method single cohort pilot study

Lin IB, Coffin J, O’Sullivan PB (2016) Using theory to improve low back pain care in Australian Aboriginal primary care: a mixed method single cohort pilot study BMC Family Practice; 17: 44 Retrieved 12 April 2016 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12875-016-0441-z


Soft neurological signs and prenatal alcohol exposure: a population-based study in remote Australia

Barbara R Lucas, Jane Latimer, Fitzpatrick JP, Doney R, Watkins RE, Tsang TW, Jirikowic T, Olson HC, Oscar J, Carter M, Elliott EJ (2016) Soft neurological signs and prenatal alcohol exposure: a population-based study in remote Australia Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology; Early View: (http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/dmcn.13071)


‘It fits the needs of the community’: long-term evaluation of the Norseman Voluntary Liquor Agreement

Midford R, McKenzie J, Mayhead R (2016) ‘It fits the needs of the community’: long-term evaluation of the Norseman Voluntary Liquor Agreement Darwin: Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education


Diabetes Check

Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council (2016) Diabetes Check Broome, WA: Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council This resource aims to help health professionals explain the results of diabetes-related tests, in order to assist patients with self-management.


The West Australian Indigenous storybook: celebrating and sharing good news stories: the Perth & Peel edition

Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA (2015) The West Australian Indigenous storybook: celebrating and sharing good news stories: the Perth & Peel edition 7th ed. Perth: Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA


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