Good health care (and health research) depends on the skills and availability of the workforce. We need more qualified Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander professionals working in health and improved skills and knowledge among mainstream staff if we are to make a positive impact on health.
- A review and analysis of progress in building the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health researcher workforce since 2000
- Health promotion capacity building: From tools to training
- Telling the good stories (PhD thesis)
- TRAK Study– Talking about raising Aboriginal kids (PhD thesis)
- Support for Aboriginal Health Council SA (AHCSA) Certificate IV course in Indigenous research capacity
- Collaboration supporting a nationally accessible MPH specialisation in Indigenous health
- Learning from working life: Professional development for Aboriginal health staff (in-kind project)
- One21seventy workforce development
- Flexible Career Pathways for the Aboriginal Health Workforce
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce training project
- How Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students experience their undergraduate candidature at the University of Melbourne (in-kind project)
- Sharing the True Stories: Improving communication between Aboriginal people and clinical staff in hospitals
- Victorian Aboriginal Health Service: Research capacity development project
Capacity Development information
- The Bouverie Centre’s Aboriginal Family Therapy Training Program: Impact Analysis Report, A. Elliott, F. McIlwaine, N. Stone & K. Proctor, 2015, The Lowitja Institute, Melbourne
- Scoping Study of Health Promotion Tools for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, M. Wise, S. Angus, E. Harris, S. Parker 2012, The Lowitja Institute, Melbourne.
- Workforce roundtable report PDF [11.1 MB], 2011, The Lowitja Institute, Melbourne.
- A. Laycock with D. Walker, N. Harrison & J. Brands 2011, Researching Indigenous Health: A practical guide for researchers, The Lowitja Institute, Melbourne.
- A. Laycock with D. Walker, N. Harrison & J. Brands 2009, Supporting Indigneous Researchers: A practical guide for supervisors, CRCAH, Darwin.
- Watson, C., Harrison, N., Brideson, T. & Greenwood, C. 2010, Walk together, learn together, work together: a practical guide for the training of Aboriginal Mental Health Professionals in New South Wales, NSW Department of Health, Sydney.
- Watson, C. & Harrison, N. 2009, New South Wales Aboriginal Mental Health Worker Training Program: Implementation Review, CRCAH, Darwin
- Aboriginal Mental Health Workforce Program at NSW Health
- 'Specialist MPH course in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health', Wangka Pulka, August 2012
- 'Another 16 AHCSA research graduates', Wangka Pulka, April 2012
- 'Workforce Roundtable paves way for new research', Wangka Pulka, December 2011
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