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Implementing the Flinders Model of self-management support with Aboriginal people who have diabetes: findings from a pilot study
(Australian Rural Health Education Network, 2010)
Programs to increase patients' capacity to manage their chronic disease are growing in popularity with policy makers, health professionals and the general public. However, until this pilot in regional South Australia, ...
An Aboriginal family and community healing program in metropolitan Adelaide: description and evaluation
(Australian Indigenous Health InfoNet, 2009)
This paper describes and evaluates the process, impacts and outcomes of an Aboriginal Family and Community Healing (AFCH) Program based in metropolitan Adelaide, South Australia. The evaluation used participatory action ...
Science, research and social change in Indigenous health - evolving ways of knowing
(CSIRO Publishing, 2009)
History tells us of the overwhelming destructive influence of exotic culture, politics and knowledge forms upon the worldview and well-being of Indigenous Australians. The power of dominant culture to oppress, control and ...
Gambling in a remote Aboriginal setting - the good, the bad and the ugly
(Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 2010)
In 2009 the Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service, an Indigenous-specific service, and Statewide Gambling Therapy Service joined together to investigate the impact that gambling was having on the Aboriginal people ...