Implementation and evaluation of a diabetes intervention program in Indigenous Australian Communities.
Approximately 700,000 Australians have type 2 diabetes (also termed maturity-onset diabetes or non-insulin dependent diabetes), which is a condition associated with reduced lifespan, eye disease, h
Yarrabah Counts – Policy, planning, population, measures & monitoring.
Community development is an approach commonly used amongst Aboriginal communities in Australia to identify priorities for advancement (Snijder et al. 2015).
For the past 16 years, ILBIJERRI has been touring theatre performances across Victoria aimed at educating First Nations communities around health issues.
Insights into supporting the wellbeing of older Aboriginal people receiving home care packages who are experiencing grief & loss & the wellbeing of staff who care for them: a pilot project
Older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people receiving aged care services experience a significant burden of grief and loss because of accumulated unresolved trauma.
Taking the next steps: Informing the transformation of the research sector to respond to Aboriginal research priorities and ways of conducting research.
Aboriginal health research in South Australia is guided by Next Steps for Aboriginal Health Research and the South Australian Aboriginal Health Research Accord (ACCORD).
Truth, Justice and Healing Project
The Ebony Institute has completed a discussion paper on the strengths and weaknesses of Australian and global experiences with truth-telling and truth-seeking to date (stage 1).
Blak Women's Healing
The numbers of Aboriginal children in Out-of-Home Care and Protective Orders are increasing and the Footprints for Success (Footprints) Early Years Project has a number of families under the scruti
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey, 2014-15
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (NATSISS) was conducted from September 2014 to June 2015 with a sample of 11,178 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living
“Building strength in coming together”: A mixed methods study using the arts to explore smoking with staff working in Indigenous tobacco control
Tobacco is a major risk factor contributing to Indigenous health disparities.
“Cultural brokerage” and beyond: piloting the role of an urban Aboriginal Mental Health Liaison Officer
Suboptimal use of mental health services persists for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.