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Listening, trust and partnerships: learning from primary health care successes

Listening, trust and partnerships: learning from primary health care successes

Melissa SweetAug 17, 2015

Syphilis in remote Indigenous communities: can we eradicate it this time or is the risk now greater?

Marie McInerneyAug 12, 2015

A recent syphilis outbreak in Central Australia has prompted

Winter hospital bed crisis – could we be doing better?

Marie McInerneyAug 11, 20151 Comment

Most non-urgent elective surgery in Adelaide's public hospitals was cancelled last week and some patients transferred to neighbouring regional hospitals after SA Health faced its

Shame and Disgrace in the Governance of Food and Nutrition Policy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Shame and Disgrace in the Governance of Food and Nutrition Policy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Jennifer DoggettJul 1, 20151 Comment

#IHMayDay15 Longread: Trending by breakfast, talking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, healing, justice, media & MORE

#IHMayDay15 Longread: Trending by breakfast, talking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, healing, justice, media & MORE

Marie McInerneyJun 24, 2015

#IHMayDay15 took over Twitter on May 29 with a day of action and listening on the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It ran for more than 15 hours,

The Health Wrap: Windfarm woes, the vaccination conversation, hope for medicinal cannabis, improving organ donation rates

Kellie BissetJun 19, 2015

 

The Good GP never stops learning: the RACGP video that made doctors cry – and patient advocates wince

The Good GP never stops learning: the RACGP video that made doctors cry – and patient advocates wince

Marie McInerneyJun 18, 2015

Inawintji's Story on Living Black tonight:

Inawintji's Story on Living Black tonight: "the high price to pay for staying well"

Marie McInerneyJun 16, 2015

We can cut Indigenous smoking and save lives – here's how

fronjacksonwebbJun 1, 20152 Comments

David Thomas writes: More and more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander smokers are quitting and fewer young people are taking up smoking. In ten years, the proportion

National Mental Health Review: in defence of headspace and the need for rigour, ongoing improvement

National Mental Health Review: in defence of headspace and the need for rigour, ongoing improvement

Marie McInerneyMay 7, 2015

The National Mental Health Commission's exhaustive 2014 Review of Men