CENTRE OF RESEARCH EXCELLENCE (CRE) IN PARTNERSHIP PATHWAYS TO BETTER CARE AND OUTCOMES FOR ABORIGINAL YOUNG PEOPLE
Grant number: 1135271
Childhood and adolescence is a critical period during which chronic disease in Indigenous Australians can be prevented. Using long-term data and established partnerships developed over 10-15 years from two large studies of young Aboriginal people, this team of Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers with expertise in child health, epidemiology, health services research, and implementation science will identify and test pathways to improved care and health outcomes for young Aboriginal people.
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Delivering health programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: Carer and staff views on what's important.
Shingisai Chando, Michelle Dickson, Martin Howell, Allison Tong, Jonathan C Craig, Kym Slater, Natalie Smith, Janice Nixon, Sandra J Eades, Kirsten Howard
BACKGROUND: The lack of evidence on the priorities of carers and their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children undermines d..