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Revitalising Health for All: Learning from comprehensive primary health care experiences (Melbourne)

This small research project is part of a larger international project, the Revitalising Health For All project funded by the Teasdale-Corti Global Health Research Partnership Program. The CRC for Aboriginal Health coordinatined and co-funded the...


Revitalising Health for All: Learning from comprehensive primary health care experiences (Utopia)

This research project is part of a larger international project, the Revitalising Health For All project funded by the Teasdale-Corti Global Health Research Partnership Program. The CRC for Aboriginal Health is coordinating and co-funding the Australian..


Revitalising Health for All: Learning from comprehensive primary health care experiences (CAAC)

This small research project is part of a larger international project, the Revitalising Health For All project funded by the Teasdale-Corti Global Health Research Partnership Program. The CRC for Aboriginal Health coordinated and co-funded the Australian.


Cultural identities, health and wellbeing of Indigenous young people in school

Our stories, our way: Cultural identities and health and wellbeing of Indigenous young people in diverse school settings The aim of this project was to explore the views, experiences and stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young peoples in...


Uptake of influenza vaccination in pregnancy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women

Uptake of influenza vaccination in pregnancy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women: A mixed methods study Influenza is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in pregnant women. In Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations, the.


Implementation of innovations in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health

Implementation phase 1 Australia spends a lot of money developing and testing medicines, technologies, systems and new ways of doing things to improve health care and health outcomes. But we spend very little on developing or testing methods for...


Healthy Skin Program

The Healthy Skin Program was one of five programs of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (2003–2009) Program goal To reduce the prevalence of scabies and skin sores in Indigenous communities, and reduce the impact of associated...


The Family Wellbeing Program: Empowerment research

The Family Wellbeing Program was developed in the early 1990s by a group of Indigenous leaders in Adelaide who had been affected by the Stolen Generations. The 150-hour program is enriched with material from complementary philosophies and empowerment...


Catching some AIR

Catching Some AIR project (Asserting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Information Rights in Renal Disease) The Catching Some AIR project consultation meetings focused on gathering recommendations to inform the development of kidney health guidelines.


Australian Indigenous EarInfoNet

The Australian Indigenous EarInfoNet Project was developed to ensure that all research and resources on the prevention and management of ear disease and hearing loss are available and easily accessible. The project commenced in 2005 when people working in


Scholarships

Scholarships 2021 - Now open! Applications close 16 April 2021, application forms are available from the below links. There you will also find further information on our scholarship opportunities, including supporting documentation requirements and...


Policy Brief - Leadership and Legacy Through Crises: Keeping our Mob safe

The 12th annual Close the Gap report — Leadership and Legacy Through Crises: Keeping our Mob safe — is a wake up call to Australian governments that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the solutions to health inequity in our...


Certificate IV Scholarships

The Lowitja Institute is offering up to five (5) Scholarships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to enrol in a Certificate IV level course in: Research administration Research management Project management Knowledge translation The Lowitja.


Graduate Certificate Scholarships

The Lowitja Institute is offering up to five (5) scholarships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to enrol in a Graduate Certificate level course in: Governance Leadership; and Policy The Lowitja Institute will cover the cost of an approved.


Postgraduate Top-up Scholarships

The Lowitja Institute is offering three (3) Postgraduate top-up scholarships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander PhD and Masters by Research students. To be eligible, Masters by research students must be in their first year and PHD students in their.