Enhancing Indigenous health

Diet, nutrition, exercise advice and community programs are as important in rural and metropolitan settings as regional and remote areas, and peer support for health professionals […]

Peers can reduce repeat offending

A novel experiment in juvenile justice produces encouraging results, a Flinders University study reveals. In a new article in The British Journal of Criminology,  the College […]

The hidden meanings of ancient rock art

The complexity of ancient Indigenous rock art can mean that physical location alone does not determine whether meaning for a rock art image is “hidden” or […]

Importance of saving Indigenous languages

Connection to country, culture and community is intrinsically linked to teaching and retaining Indigenous languages, a Flinders University communications expert says. Flinders University Emeritus Professor Andrew […]

Is Closing the Gap working?

Gaping policy shortfalls in the Australian Government’s Closing the Gap program have seen it fail to reduce disparities in Indigenous health, income, employment, child removal and […]

Is Closing the Gap working?

Gaping policy shortfalls in the Australian Government’s ‘Closing the Gap’ program have seen it fail to reduce disparities in Indigenous health, income, employment, child removal and […]

Burns victims struggling to pay

Living away from community and Country, Aboriginal families of children with severe burns also face critical financial stress to cover the associated costs of health care […]

Indigenous ICU patients suffer in long term

Rigorous follow-up of Indigenous patients recovering from critical illness, particularly those who have discharged themselves from hospital, is essential, a new Medical Journal of Australia paper […]