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

Health care experiences and birth outcomes: Results of an Aboriginal birth cohort.   [27-Aug-2019]

Weetra D.; Francis T.; Leane C.; Brown S.J.; Gartland D.; Glover K.; Mitchell A.
Keywords indigenous people
Abstract culture and communities. Design and setting: Population-based study of women giving birth to Aboriginal infants in South Australia, July 2011-June 2013. Women completed a structured questionnaire with an Aboriginal researcher. Study measures include

Collaborating to improve culturally safe maternity care for aboriginal women: Linking onsite simulation and cultural safety skills training.   [3-Sep-2014]

Hickey L.; Johnson K.; Goodwin T.; Whitelaw J.; Farrell T.; Ginis T.; Freeman K.; Bulle B.; Evans K.; Andy S.; Gibson-Thorpe B.; Warde K.
Keywords *indigenous people
Abstract in the birth suite, including newborn resuscitation and preparation for NETS and ambulance transfers. Cultural experts including an Aboriginal simulated patient provided post scenario feedback to clinicians and peer review regarding the development of action
Keywords *indigenous people
Abstract (s): Details of the paediatric end stage kidney disease population in Australia and New Zealand have been published previously. There is, however, paucity of studies exploring the trends in RRT modality and access to transplant among ACYA residing in Australia

Prevalence of malnutrition, obesity and nutritional risk of Australian paediatric inpatients: A national one-day snapshot.   [15-Mar-2015]

Wong See D.; Kepreotes H.; Queit L.; Sweeney A.; Jacinta Winderlich ; Littlewood R.; White M. ; Dennis N.; Ramsey R.; Barwick K.; Graham C.; Kane S.
Keywords pediatric hospital
Abstract Aim Low prevalence rates of malnutrition at 2.5% to 4% have previously been reported in two tertiary paediatric Australian hospitals. The current study is the first to measure the prevalence of malnutrition, obesity and nutritional risk

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 formed a Paediatric and Adolescent Care Panel to provide living guidelines for Australian clinicians to manage children and adolescents with COVID-19 and COVID-19 complications. Living guidelines mean that these evidence-based recommendations are updated

Factors associated with "Frequent Exacerbator" phenotype in children with bronchiectasis: The first report on children from the Australian Bronchiectasis Registry.   [15-Jan-2022]

Kapur N.; Stroil-Salama E.; Morgan L.; Yerkovich S.; Holmes-Liew C.-L.; King P. ; Middleton P.; Maguire G.; Smith D.; Thomson R.; McCallum G.; Owens L.; Chang A.B.
Abstract Introduction: In adults with bronchiectasis, multicentre data advanced the field including disease characterisation and derivation of phenotypes such as 'frequent exacerbator (FE)' (>=3 exacerbations/year). However, paediatric cohorts are largely
Keywords *pediatrics
Abstract of the world's first pediatric gastroenterology units in Melbourne in the early 1960s. Her earlier work in Birmingham had identified gluten as the component of wheat responsible for celiac disease and helped separate maldigestion (cystic fibrosis) and mucosal
Keywords Indigenous Australian people(s)
Abstract . A small study of Australian Indigenous women in Victoria and Western Australia appears to support this hypothesis reporting a prevalence of PCOS of 18% (Davis et al. 2002). This study aimed, therefore, to assess the reproductive characteristics


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