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Indigenous AOD workers wellbeing, stress and burnout

Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) workers wellbeing, stress and burnout project This project was being undertaken at the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) at Flinders University to identify the key antecedents and...


Valuing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Young Men

Valuing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young men Project Aim: This project aimed to identify how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young men remain strong and resilient in the face of adversity in life. It searched for a strengths-based...


Health programs for Aboriginal men

Developing, sustaining and evaluating health programs for Aboriginal men This men’s health project was conducted in partnership with Palyalatju Maparnpa Health, a regional community-based cultural health organisation in the South East Kimberley. It.


Growing up children in two worlds

Growing up children in two worlds: Building Yolŋu skills, knowledge and priorities into early childhood assessment and support Project Aim: To privilege Aboriginal knowledge and provide a deeper understanding of the priorities and practices of early...


Can swimming pools improve Indigenous children's hearing?

The Flinders University Swimming Pool study investigated whether the use of swimming pools by school-age Indigenous children in remote semi-arid communities in central Australia results in the reduction and possible prevention of conductive hearing loss..


Wellbeing through culture: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability

Wellbeing though Cultural Participation: An affirmative strategy for the inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability Project Aims and Objectives: The aims of the project were to: Identify how participation by Aboriginal and..


NDIS Evaluation

Is the National Disability Insurance Scheme meeting the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people? Evaluating the roll-out in Queensland and the Northern Territory  Project Aim This project aimed to examine the:  Implementation of the NDIS...


Evaluating a community of practice for Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing

Meriba buay – ngalpan wakaythoemamay (We come together to share our thinking): Evaluating a community of practice for Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing Project Aim and Objectives  Aims:   Evaluate how a Community of Practice (CoP) can best


Clients' Perception of the Quality of Care: Monitoring and feedback project

Nationally, there has been a growing interest in how to document and learn from consumer feedback in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care, and this interest has been heightened by accreditation requirements about consumer input. The..


Stories of hope and resilience

Stories of hope and resilience: Using new media and storytelling to faciliate 'wellness' in Indigenous communities This project explored how the experience of storytelling using new media can impact on Indigenous people’s sense of wellness..


Understandings of the social determinants of Aboriginal health: A stakeholder perspective analysis

This research project explored the perspectives of a select group of researchers, policy makers, community-based service providers and members of Aboriginal representative peak bodies on the social determinants of Aboriginal health. It was expected there.


Putting cross-cultural policy into practice

The objective of this study was to consider 'What policies, processes and practices would increase the relevance of mainstream agencies to Indigenous and culturally diverse communities?'. The study sought to increase the understanding of what...


Effect of early life conditions and experiences on child development and learning

The effect of early life conditions and experiences on child development and learning: A whole population study This project was a continuation of a broader collaborative project undertaking childhood data linkage activities in the Northern Territory. The


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...


Service integration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood development

Service integration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood development Project Aim: To resolve the gap in existing evidence around best practice service delivery approaches for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families


Reframing discourse in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing

Reframing discourse and changing the narrative of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing: an analysis Project Aim: To identify the national and international methods and approaches that have been effective in changing the deficit...


Smarter Care: Embedding CQI in community-based health and social services

Smarter Care: Embedding CQI in community-based health and social services Continuous Quality Improvement Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) is defined as "a structured organisational process for involving personnel in planning and executing a...


Yarning together: Culturally secure rehabilitation for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples after brain injury

Yarning together: Developing a culturally secure rehabilitation approach for Aboriginal Australians after brain injury Project Aim To develop an understanding of the perceptions by Aboriginal Australians with acquired communication disorder following...


Investigating cross-cultural responses to the introduction of the HPV vaccine

The aim of the project was to identify issues among parents and guardians from three cultures in Australia, as well as General Practitioners (GPs) in Victoria and Aboriginal Health Workers (AHWs) in Central Australia and Victoria, towards the Human...


IMPAKT (Improving Access to Kidney Transplants)

IMPAKT (Improving Access to Kidney Transplant) comprised three discrete studies investigating the existing disparity in access to kidney transplants between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. The project looked at how health systems in different..


The Family Wellbeing Program at Yarrabah

The role of spirituality in social and emotional wellbeing initiatives This Discussion Paper presents the findings of the 2003 and 2005 Family Wellbeing (FWB) empowerment project evaluation in Yarrabah in order to explore the role of spirituality in...


Ethics and protocols for a family-based microbiome study and social health history project

Engaging Australia’s First Peoples in the development of ethics and protocols for a family-based microbiome study and social health history project Project Aim: To establish Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement strategies, communication.


FAR project

Funding, accountability and results for Aboriginal health services – Closing the policy implementation gap? The need for more effective models of funding and accountability in Aboriginal primary health care is now widely acknowledged, and reforms of


Indigenous early childhood family support programs that work: Family Wellbeing

A Family Wellbeing case study: Sustainable implementation of Indigenous early childhood family support programs that work An important way for improving Indigenous early childhood health is to make sure that family support programs that have been shown to


Catching some AIR

Catching Some AIR project (Asserting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Information Rights in Renal Disease) Project Aims To address the sustained gaps in the bicultural knowledge, capacity, and understanding of the recommended structural practices and


Housing Improvement and Child Health (HICH) – Extension

Housing Improvement and Child Health (HICH) – Extension This project is an extension of a NHMRC-funded, CRC for Aboriginal Health in-kind study which commenced in 2003. The aims of the overall study were to provide information to better understand..


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


Our Patron

Dr Lowitja O'Donoghue AC CBE DSG Lowitja O’Donoghue was born in 1932 at Indulkana, in the remote north-west corner of South Australia, to a Pitjantjatjara mother and an Irish father. When she was just two years old, she and two of her sisters...


Indigenous Data Sovereignty Readiness Assessment and Evaluation Toolkit

Indigenous Data Sovereignty Readiness Assessment and Evaluation Toolkit The Indigenous Data Sovereignty Readiness Assessment and Evaluation Toolkit was developed to evaluate Indigenous Data Sovereignty (ID-SOV) principles and practices in action within...


Health Journey Mapping

Health Journey Mapping Health Journey Mapping is crucial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the right to enjoy health journeys that are culturally safe, high quality and responsive to our needs. Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...


The Lowitja Institute Alumni Project

Over our 20-year history, we have funded more than 100 students through our scholarship programs. These talented scholars have undertaken PhDs, masters by research and coursework, and cadetships. We are now seeking to celebrate their achievements and...


June Oscar

June Oscar AO is a proud Bunuba woman from the remote town of Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. She is a strong advocate for Indigenous Australian languages, social justice, women’s issues, and has worked tirelessly to.


NIRAKN International Conference

(En)gendering Colonisation in the Pacific: Indigenous Masculinities, Identities and Genders NIRAKN presents this Indigenous convened conference on Indigenous masculinities, identities and genders in Australia in order to introduce and engage the work of..