TagAboriginal Community Controlled Health Services

New clinic posters for download from Young Deadly Free

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Young Deadly Free, October 2018 The team at Young Deadly Free have been busy creating new posters with Aboriginal communities across Australia. The posters aim to get their key messages out to young people and others in a fresh, engaging way. All of our posters highlight positive messages from people living and working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities about the importance of...

We won’t close the gap if we put an ‘Indigenous spin’ on western approaches

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The Guardian, Thursday 16 March 2017 06.21 AEDT Good health isn’t simply determined by provision of or access to medical and allied health services. It is influenced by a range of factors impacting on human lives on a day-to-day basis including income, education, conditions of employment, power and social support – the social determinants of health. While the social determinants of health take on...

STI & BBV Testing Tool for GPs in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services

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NSW Health, May 2016 The Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of NSW (AH&MRC) and the NSW STI Programs Unit (NSW STIPU) have released a new resource for GPs and other professionals in NSW working with Aboriginal people around sexual health. The tool includes information on when to consider STI and blood borne virus testing, as well as information on contact tracing. Download tool...

Evidence Check Review for STI Interventions

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Sax Institute for the Centre for Population Health, NSW Ministry of Health, October 2015 This Evidence Check Review reports on the effectiveness of interventions which aim to reduce the transmission of three Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs): chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis. This rapid review was commissioned by the Centre for Population Health, New South Wales (NSW) Ministry of Health...

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research at the Kirby Institute 2015

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Kirby Institute, July 2015 In celebration of NAIDOC week, the Kirby Institute has a created a booklet which showcases their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research. Aboriginal people are one of the priority populations for research conducted at the Kirby Institute. The Kirby Institute manages a range of Aboriginal research and surveillance projects including viral hepatitis and STI...

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