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    • Burn injury models of care: A review of quality and cultural safety for care of Indigenous children 

      Fraser, Sarah; Grant, Julian; MacKean, Tamara Jade; Hunter, Kate; Holland, Andrew J A; Clapham, Kathleen; Teague, Warwick J; Ivers, Rebecca Q (Elsevier, 2017-11-27)
      Safety and quality in the systematic management of burn care is important to ensure optimal outcomes. It is not clear if or how burn injury models of care uphold these qualities, or if they provide a space for culturally ...
    • Understanding burn injuries in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: protocol for a prospective cohort study 

      Ivers, Rebecca Q; Hunter, Kate; Clapham, Kathleen; Coombes, Julieann; Fraser, Sarah; Lo, Serigne; Gabbe, Belinda J; Hendrie, Delia; Read, David; Kimble, Roy; Sparnon, Anthony; Stockton, Kellie; Simpson, Renee; Quinn, Linda; Towers, Kurt; Potokar, Tom S; MacKean, Tamara Jade; Grant, Julian; Lyons, Ronan; Jones, Lindsey; Eades, Sandra; Daniels, John; Holland, Andrew J A (BMJ Publishing group, 2015-10-13)
      Introduction Although Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Australia have higher risk of burns compared with non-Aboriginal children, their access to burn care, particularly postdischarge care, is poorly ...
    • Use of telehealth for health care of Indigenous peoples with chronic conditions: a systematic review 

      Fraser, Sarah; MacKean, Tamara Jade; Grant, Julian; Hunter, Kate; Towers, Kurt; Ivers, Rebecca Q (James Cook University, 2017-09-20)
      Introduction: Telehealth may be a cost effective modality in healthcare delivery, but how well used or how appropriate it is for the care of Indigenous peoples is unclear. This review examines the evidence for telehealth ...