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Health conditions

The impacts of health conditions and chronic diseases differ between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples. Understanding the factors causing, interacting with, and preventing health conditions for First Nations peoples can help to improve patient outcomes.

ABCD National Research Partnership into plain English East Arnhem Healthy Skin project ABCD National Research Partnership Finding a better treatment for ear disease ACE Prevention: Avoidable disease burden Mibbinbah (Men's Spaces) Chronic condition management strategies in Aboriginal communities Better medication management for mental health Can swimming pools improve Indigenous children's hearing? IMPAKT (Improving Access to Kidney Transplants) Evaluation of a health education initiative for urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Filling the gaps in the Healthy Skin program Standardisation of diagnostic protocols for early detection of rheumatic heart disease Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku - Making all our families well CCRE in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Childhood anaemia: Resource development Diabetes and related disorders in urban Indigenous people in the Darwin region NDIS Evaluation Predicting heart disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Differential impact of Australian tobacco management policies for Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations Physical activity program for Aboriginal families with Machado Joseph Disease Scabies mite complement inhibitors as targets for novel therapeutics Pneumonia in Indigenous Children Territory-wide Using Radiological Endpoints (PICTURE) Science and young minds The burden of disease and injury in Indigenous Australians The relevance of an accredited Australian Diabetes Educators Association course to Aboriginal health worker and Torres Strait Islander health worker education programs Stress and chronic disease Uptake of evidence to policy: The Indigenous Burden of Disease case study Wuchopperen skin study Catching some AIR A national approach to improving cancer outcomes Anaemia management in three remote Aboriginal communities Australian Indigenous EarInfoNet Better Indigenous Genetic (BIG) Health Services project Bronchiectasis in Indigenous children Burden of influenza and other respiratory viruses among Aboriginal children in the Top End Cancer in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Queensland Cancer in Indigenous Australians: A review Clinical management of diabetes and alcohol-related health problems Disparities in lung cancer care and outcomes in New South Wales Establishing the prevalence of HPV infection – WHINURs Indigenous genomic health research roundtable Insights into early origins of Aboriginal chronic non communicable disease Investigating cross-cultural responses to the introduction of the HPV vaccine Uptake of influenza vaccination in pregnancy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women