Exploring the impact on Aboriginal women of living with chronic disease

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The George Institute for Global Health

Aboriginal women are frequently called upon to support their families and other community members. At times, such supporting roles can be burdensome for these women. Many Aboriginal women live with chronic conditions. We explored the ways in which the women’s caring roles impacted on how they maintained their own health.


Qualitative study of psychosocial factors impacting on Aboriginal women’s management of chronic disease
Journal article
A. Eades, M. L. Hackett, H. Liu, A. Brown, J. Coffin & A. Cass
International Journal for Equity in Health
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