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Archive

Our website is regularly archived by the National Library of Australia's Pandora Archive

If you are looking for information that was on the former Cooperature Research Centre for Aboriginal Health website (crcah.org.au), please be advised that this archive is not a comprehensive list of information from that website. Other information, expecially publications and research projects can be found elsewhere in our website or you may wish to look up the Pandora Archive.

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CRCAH Brochures

Below is a list of documents and information that is no longer current but that we have archived here due to historical interest.

Building a Platform: The Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health
March 2008

Comprehensive Primary Health Care, Health Systems and Workforce Program
Program Goal:
To improve the performance of health systems, with a particular focus on comprehensive primary healthcare services in order to maximise health gains for Aboriginal people.
March 2008

Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health Program
Program Goal:
To develop a detailed understanding of the social determinants of Aboriginal health and of the interventions that are effective in improving health status through action on social determinants.
March 2008

Social and Emotional Wellbeing Program
Program Goal:
To build and strengthen the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal families and communities through appropriate interventions, including a better understanding of the role of social and cultural relationships as determinants of health
March 2008

Chronic Conditions Program
Program Goal:
The goal of the program is to reduce the impact of chronic conditions in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities by improving chronic disease prevention, early detection and management services and strategies.
March 2008

Building the Aboriginal Health Research Workforce: CRCAH Capacity Development Program
High-quality Aboriginal health research requires highly skilled researchers—both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal—of whom there are limited numbers with the necessary skills for this complex work. The CRC for Aboriginal Health is committed to strengthening the Aboriginal health research workforce through education and training, professional development activities, by developing partnerships and providing Aboriginal leadership.
March 2008

Tools and resources
The CRC for Aboriginal Health developed documents for its partners and stakeholders to educate and support in a broad range of research activities:

Created: 08 June 2012 - Updated: 08 January 2018