Topics: Women

Effects of maternal inflammation and exposure to cigarette smoke on birth weight and delivery of preterm babies in a cohort of Indigenous Australian women

Pringle KG, Rae K, Weatherall L, Hall S, Burns C, Smith R, Lumbers ER, Blackwell CC (2015) Effects of maternal inflammation and exposure to cigarette smoke on birth weight and delivery of preterm babies in a cohort of Indigenous Australian women Frontiers in Immunology; 6: 89 Retrieved 10 March 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fimmu.2015.00089


Evaluation of health promotion training for the Western Australian Aboriginal maternal and child health sector

Wilkins A, Lobo RC, Griffin DM, Woods HA (2015) Evaluation of health promotion training for the Western Australian Aboriginal maternal and child health sector Health Promotion Journal of Australia; Online early: ()


Placental inflammation is associated with rural and remote residence in the Northern Territory, Australia: a cross-sectional study

O’Brien CM, Arbuckle S, Thomas S, Rode J, Turner R, Jeffery HE (2015) Placental inflammation is associated with rural and remote residence in the Northern Territory, Australia: a cross-sectional study BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth; 15: 32 Retrieved 14 February 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12884-015-0458-7


The epidemiology of gonococcal arthritis in an Indigenous Australian population

Tuttle CS, Van Dantzig T, Brady S, Ward J, Maguire G (2015) The epidemiology of gonococcal arthritis in an Indigenous Australian population Sexually transmitted infections; Online first: ()


Twenty minutes could save your life. Book a breast screen today

Cancer Institute NSW (2015) Twenty minutes could save your life. Book a breast screen today Sydney: Cancer Institute NSW This video aims to raise awareness among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women about the importance of having regular breast screens.


Health assessments for Indigenous Australians at Orange Aboriginal Medical Service: health problems identified and subsequent follow up

Dutton T, Stevens W, Newman J (2015) Health assessments for Indigenous Australians at Orange Aboriginal Medical Service: health problems identified and subsequent follow up Australian Journal of Primary Health; Online early: ()


The Family Business: improving the understanding and treatment of post traumatic stress disorder among incarcerated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women

Heffernan E, Andersen K, Kinner S, Aboud A, Ober C, Scotney A (2015) The Family Business: improving the understanding and treatment of post traumatic stress disorder among incarcerated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women Melbourne: beyondblue


Impact of perinatal health and socio-demographic factors on school education outcomes: a population study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in the Northern Territory

Guthridge S, Li L, Silburn S, Li SQ, McKenzie J, Lynch J (2015) Impact of perinatal health and socio-demographic factors on school education outcomes: a population study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in the Northern Territory Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; Early view: ()


Increasing Pap smear rates at an urban Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service through translational research and continuous quality improvement

Dorrington MS, Herceg A, Douglas K, Tongs J, Bookallil M (2015) Increasing Pap smear rates at an urban Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service through translational research and continuous quality improvement Australian Journal of Primary Health; Online early: ()


A comparison of vitamin D levels in two antenatal populations in regional Western Australia: ‘Tjindoo Ba Thonee Thurra’: sunshine for the pregnant belly

Willix C, Rasmussen S, Evans S, Walshe V (2015) A comparison of vitamin D levels in two antenatal populations in regional Western Australia: ‘Tjindoo Ba Thonee Thurra’: sunshine for the pregnant belly Australian Family Physician; 44: (141-144)


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