The burden of bronchiectasis among Indigenous adults in the Top End of the Northern Territory is significant, but more research is needed to develop targeted strategies […]
Australia’s First Nations populations are among the world’s highest sufferers of acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD), yet only one in five patients […]
Indigenous Australians who live in remote parts of Australia can maintain connections to Country and culture including maintaining Indigenous languages, however this can come at the […]
Inequity in kidney health care continues to impact the lives, wellbeing and health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Australia says a […]
Quality veterinary care for dogs in Indigenous communities is necessary to improve human health. This includes control of dog scabies which may have direct and flow-on […]
The benefits of ‘Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands’ has received endorsement from a wide-ranging investigation of Australian primary health care services. The Central Australian Aboriginal Congress […]
A new framework for Aboriginal health care and training will help remove racism from the system and improve Indigenous health generally, according to Flinders Professor Dennis McDermott.
The South Australian health system can improve treatment of rural Aboriginal patients in city hospitals by focusing on the whole patient journey, a Flinders University report has found.
A program that takes students of health professional courses to remote Indigenous communities has won an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Citation for a team of Flinders academics, and is one of six citations made to the University.