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The use of washing machines was investigated in two remote Aboriginal communities in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara homelands. The aim was to look both at machine reliability and to investigate the health aspect of washing clothes. A total of 39 machines were inspected for wear and component...
A survey was undertaken to ascertain the vaccination status of all 773 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island children who were born and remained in Far North Queensland during the 1993‐94 financial year. Only 42% had received all 15 vaccines scheduled in the first two years of life by their second...
This study explores the knowledge and beliefs of diabetes in a group of Aboriginal people from a remote community in the Northern Territory. Information was gathered from participants through a combination of group discussions, semi‐structured interviews and informal conversations. The four...
Objective: To identify the age at which screening for syphilis could be ceased in Kimberley Aboriginal people who had remained seronegative and whether this age was the same for people with and without a past history of gonorrhea. Design: Retrospective cohort study. Setting: The Kimberley region...
Indigenous Health: A cultural awareness program for medical education, Review by Jane McKendrick The Spotted Skin, Review by David Thomas
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