Keywords Indigenous Australian people(s)
Abstract -up, or prevention for Indigenous women. Studies included in this thesis addressed evidence gaps identified in this review. The first study analysed national gestational diabetes trends among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women from 1990 to 2009, using midwives
Keywords *nurse attitude
Keywords *indigenous people
Abstract of indigenous people in the health workforce should at least equate to the proportion in the population served. We describe the development and implementation of a successful affirmative action employment policy at Monash Health, one of Australia's largest

Musculoskeletal health of Indigenous Australians.   [30-Jul-2018]

Brennan-Olsen S.; Ebeling P.R. ; Eades S.; Zengin A.; Maple-Brown L.J.; Center J.R.
Keywords *Indigenous Australian
Abstract and trabecular bone. Furthermore, the social gradient of NCDs, including osteoporosis and fracture, is well-documented, meaning that specific population groups are likely to be at greater risk of poorer health outcomes: Indigenous Australians are one such group

Perspectives on rehabilitation for Aboriginal people with stroke: a qualitative study.   [6-Jul-2021]

Kelly J.; Dowling A.; Hillier S.; Brown A. ; Kleinig T.; Goldsmith K.; McBride K.; Pandian J.; Castle S.; Thrift A.G. 
Abstract for rehabilitation and longer-term support remain largely unknown. Objective(s): To identify the long-term rehabilitation needs of Aboriginal people who have a stroke, from the perspectives of Aboriginal persons with stroke and health care providers. Methods

Clinical care of children and adolescents with COVID-19: recommendations from the National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce.   [6-Apr-2022]

Fraile Navarro D.; Tendal B.; Tingay D.; Vasilunas N.; Anderson L.; Best J.; Burns P.; Cheyne S.; Craig S.S.; Erickson S.J.; Fancourt N.S.S.; Goff Z.; Kapuya V.; Keyte C.; Malyon L.; McDonald S.; White H.; Wurzel D.; Bowen A.C.; McMullan B.
Abstract with the ATSI community in developing and implementing policy and practice changes that enable Aboriginal patients to be identified and receive culturally appropriate care.

'Next Generation Youth Well-being Study:' understanding the health and social well-being trajectories of Australian Aboriginal adolescents aged 10-24 years: Study protocol.   [19-Mar-2019]

Banks E.; Ivers R.; Roseby R. ; Azzopardi P.; Williamson A.; Chamberlain C. ; Liu B.; Hotu C.; Boyle J. ; McNamara B.; Eades S.J.; D'Este C.; Gubhaju L.; Ward J.
Keywords *Australian Aborigine
Abstract influencing their health trajectories. Given the needs of this group, the young age profile of the Aboriginal population and the long-term implications of issues during adolescence, reliable longitudinal data are needed. Methods and analysis The 'Next

An exploration of Indonesian nurses' perceptions of barriers to paediatric pain management.   [31-Jul-2018]

Shields L.; Mediani H.S.; Duggan R.; Chapman R.; Hutton A.
Keywords pediatric nursing
Abstract that nurses working in Indonesian paediatric wards felt that they were not able to provide effective pain care to hospitalized children. Nurses identified several organizational structural and cultural factors that were thought to hinder their provision

Characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander presentations to three Victorian emergency departments.   [17-Dec-2013]

Chapman R.; Graudins A. ; Braitberg G.; Smith T.; Martin C.
Keywords *Aborigine
Abstract Objectives: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people have significant health disparity compared with other Australians. The present study examines the characteristics of ATSI patients presenting to three EDs of a single healthcare network