A nine-year analysis of Australian children hospitalised for burns has found Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were admitted three times as frequently as non-Indigenous children […]
Aboriginal women working and studying with Flinders University in the Northern Territory are transforming health services for communities across northern and central Australia. A new publication […]
Focusing on SA and the NT and building on earlier research, the ‘Managing Two Worlds Together Stage 3’ study analyses some of the critical segments and gaps in the Aboriginal patient journey.
The first doctors to be educated entirely in the Northern Territory will graduate at a Flinders University ceremony in Darwin on December 18.
The benefits for health outcomes of learning to deal with Aboriginal people in a way that gains their trust are enormous, says Professor Dennis McDermott.
The National Health Leadership Forum is providing Indigenous people with a unique voice in government health policy, and can act as a model for other sectors, according to Mr Mick Gooda.
A dip in the local swimming pool on a hot day may help to save thousands of Aboriginal children from ear infections and subsequent hearing loss, […]
Australia must address the critical lack of Aboriginal teachers and researchers if gains in Indigenous health are to be achieved, according to Flinders University Associate Professor […]
Governments will be challenged to consider how best to invest the wealth generated by Australia’s current economic prosperity in the future health of the country when […]