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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.

Australia’s health workforce series: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers / practitioners in focus

Health Workforce Australia (2014) Australia’s health workforce series: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers / practitioners in focus Canberra: Health Workforce Australia


‘Jumping around’: exploring young women’s behaviour and knowledge in relation to sexual health in a remote Aboriginal Australian community

Ireland S, Narjic CW, Belton S, Saggers S, McGrath A (2014) ‘Jumping around’: exploring young women’s behaviour and knowledge in relation to sexual health in a remote Aboriginal Australian community Culture, Health & Sexuality; Latest Articles: ()


General Practitioner Supervisor assessment and teaching of Registrars consulting with Aboriginal patients – is cultural competence adequately considered?

Abbott P, Reath J, Gordon E, Dave D, Harnden C, Hu W, Kozianski E, Carriage C (2014) General Practitioner Supervisor assessment and teaching of Registrars consulting with Aboriginal patients – is cultural competence adequately considered? BMC Medical Education; 14: 167 Retrieved 13 August 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1472-6920-14-167 View abstract: General Practitioner Supervisor assessment and teaching of […]


Caring for Aboriginal mothers and babies – maternal examination

Sista Girl Productions (2014) Caring for Aboriginal mothers and babies – maternal examination Melbourne: The Royal Women’s Hospital, Victoria This video resource has been produced for midwives, nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers to help them provide culturally safe maternity care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers.


Feltman: evaluating the acceptability of a diabetes education tool for Aboriginal health workers

Browne J, D’Amico E, Thorpe S, Mitchell C (2014) Feltman: evaluating the acceptability of a diabetes education tool for Aboriginal health workers Australian Journal of Primary Health; online early: ()


Hospitals caring for rural Aboriginal patients: holding response and denial

Dwyer J, Willis E, Kelly J (2014) Hospitals caring for rural Aboriginal patients: holding response and denial Australian Health Review; Online Early: ()


Caring for Aboriginal mothers and babies – newborn examination

Sista Girl Productions (2014) Caring for Aboriginal mothers and babies – newborn examination Melbourne: The Royal Women’s Hospital, Victoria This video has been produced for midwives, nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers to help them provide culturally safe maternity care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers.


Aboriginal health policy: is nutrition the ‘gap’ in ‘Closing the Gap’?

Browne J, Hayes R, Gleeson D (2014) Aboriginal health policy: is nutrition the ‘gap’ in ‘Closing the Gap’? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 38: (362-369)


‘Knowledge is power’ : Aboriginal healthworkers’ perspectives on their practice, education and communities

Rose M (2014) ‘Knowledge is power’ : Aboriginal healthworkers’ perspectives on their practice, education and communities Unpublished Doctor of Education thesis, University of Technology: Sydney


The value of best-practice guidelines for OSCEs in a postgraduate program in an Australian remote area setting

Jeffrey CA, Mitchell ML, Henderson A, Lenthall S, Knight S, Glover P, Kelly M, Nulty D, Groves M (2014) The value of best-practice guidelines for OSCEs in a postgraduate program in an Australian remote area setting Rural and Remote Health; 14: 2469 Retrieved 27 July 2014 from http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/showarticlenew.asp?ArticleID=2469


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