ABORIGINAL CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH IMPROVEMENT THROUGH ABORIGINAL LEADERSHIP AND COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH TEAMS
Grant number: 1135273 | Funding period: 2018 - 2023
Continued progress to improve the health of Aboriginal children and adolescents will help drive continued improvements in the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The proposed CRE will harness the potential of several leading research projects in these areas and provide additional training for Aboriginal researchers at varying levels of career development. A comprehensive program to translate these programs to policy changes is core the the CRE.
Related publications (8)
Don't Follow the Smoke-Listening to the Tobacco Experiences and Attitudes of Urban Aboriginal Adolescents in the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH).
Christina L Heris, Mandy Cutmore, Catherine Chamberlain, Natalie Smith, Victor Simpson, Simone Sherriff, Darryl Wright, Kym Slater, Sandra Eades
Preventing smoking among young Aboriginal people is important for reducing health inequities. Multiple factors were associated wit..
Maternal asthma in Australian indigenous women and perinatal outcomes: A whole population-linked study.
Bronwyn K Brew, Alison Gibberd, Guy B Marks, Vanessa E Murphy, Louisa Jorm, Georgina M Chambers, Donna Hartz, Sandra Eades, Bridgette McNamara
OBJECTIVE: To assess the association between maternal asthma and adverse perinatal outcomes in an Australian Indigenous population..
Pregnancy and birth characteristics of Aboriginal twins in two Australian states: a data linkage study
Alison J Gibberd, Jessica Tyler, Kathleen Falster, David B Preen, Mark Hanly, Marilyn J Clarke, Bridgette J McNamara, Sandra J Eades, Katrina J Scurrah
INTRODUCTION: Perinatal outcomes for singleton pregnancies are poorer, on average, for Aboriginal people than non-Aboriginal peopl..
Identifying preventable risk factors for hospitalised asthma in young Aboriginal children: a whole-population cohort study
Bronwyn Brew, Alison Gibberd, Guy B Marks, Natalie Strobel, Clare Wendy Allen, Louisa Jorm, Georgina Chambers, Sandra Eades, Bridgette McNamara
BACKGROUND: Australia has one of the highest rates of asthma worldwide. Indigenous children have a particularly high burden of ris..
Preschool attendance and developmental outcomes at age five in Indigenous and non-Indigenous children: a population-based cohort study of 100 357 Australian children
Kathleen Falster, Mark Hanly, Ben Edwards, Emily Banks, John W Lynch, Sandra Eades, Nathan Nickel, Sharon Goldfeld, Nicholas Biddle
BACKGROUND: Policies to increase Australian Indigenous children's participation in preschool aim to reduce developmental inequitie..
Cumulative Incidence of Child Protection Services Involvement Before Age 5 Years in 153670 Australian Children
Kathleen Falster, Mark Hanly, Rhiannon Pilkington, Sandra Eades, Jessica Stewart, Louisa Jorm, John Lynch
This study examines the incidence of notifications to and investigations, substantiations, and out-of-home care placements by chil..
Identifying young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in linked administrative data: A comparison of methods.
BJ McNamara, J Jones, Ccj Shepherd, L Gubhaju, G Joshy, D McAullay, DB Preen, L Jorm, SJ Eades
BACKGROUND: In the ongoing debate on optimum methods for identification of Indigenous people within linked administrative data, fe..
Role of maternal age at birth in child development among Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian children in their first school year: a population-based cohort study
Mark Hanly, Kathleen Falster, Emily Banks, John Lynch, Georgina M Chambers, Marni Brownell, Anthony Dillon, Sandra Eades, Louisa Jorm
BACKGROUND: Indigenous Australian children are twice as likely to score poorly on developmental outcomes at age 5 years than their..