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Workforce

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals are essential to the delivery of culturally safe care, in primary health care settings, in specialist and other health services, and in the engagement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in their own health. Attempts to effectively grow and develop the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce require more evidence about the role, value, and impact that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers have within the health workforce and within the health system.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health researcher workforce since 2000 Career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals Evaluating a community of practice for Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing Moving beyond the front line: cohort study of career trajectories Sharing the wisdom of our Elders Stress in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce Trauma informed care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women experiencing violence Aboriginal community controlled primary health care services and community capacity Australian Integrated Mental Health Initiative (AIMhi) Capacity building in Indigenous policy-relevant health research CCRE in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Childhood anaemia: Resource development Collaboration supporting a nationally accessible MPH specialisation in Indigenous health Coordinated Aboriginal mental health care: A best practice model Development and implementation of the National Alcohol Treatment Guidelines for Indigenous Australians Flexible Career Pathways for the Aboriginal Health Workforce Handwashing campaign Health promotion capacity building: From tools to training Improving the culture of hospitals Indigenous AOD workers wellbeing, stress and burnout Learning from action: Management of Aboriginal health services Learning from working life: Professional development for Aboriginal health staff Revitalising Health for All: Learning from comprehensive primary health care experiences (Utopia) Social determinants of Indigenous health short course and textbook Standardisation of diagnostic protocols for early detection of rheumatic heart disease Support for Aboriginal Health Council SA Certificate IV course in Indigenous research capacity The relevance of an accredited Australian Diabetes Educators Association course to Aboriginal health worker and Torres Strait Islander health worker education programs TRAK Study Undergraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students experiences Victorian Aboriginal Health Service - Young people's health and wellbeing Working well: Tailoring a workforce development model to deliver sustained improvements in community controlled healthcare