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Collaborating for sustainable water and energy management: Assessment and categorisation of Indigenous involvement in remote Australian communities

  • Authors: Jackson, Melissa, Stewart, Rodney A., Fielding, Kelly S., Cochrane, Jessie, Beal, Cara D.
  • Published: 2019

Indigenous peoples living in remote areas are often reliant on Governments for essential services and local economic development opportunities. Collaboration and partnership in resource planning and management is espoused as…

Salivary characteristics and dental caries experience in remote Indigenous children in Australia: a cross-sectional study

  • Authors: Lalloo, R., Tadakamadla, S. K., Kroon, J., Tut, O., Kularatna, S., Boase, R., Kapellas, K., Gilchrist, D., Cobbledick, E., Rogers, J., Johnson, N. W.
  • Published: 2019

While associations between salivary characteristics and dental caries have been well studied, we are not aware of this being assessed in a remote Indigenous child population, where lifestyles may be…

Reviewing reliance on overseas-trained doctors in rural Australia and planning for self-sufficiency: applying 10 years' MABEL evidence

  • Authors: O’Sullivan, Belinda, Russell, Deborah J., McGrail, Matthew R., Scott, Anthony
  • Published: 2019

Background: The capacity for high-income countries to supply enough locally trained doctors to minimise their reliance on overseas-trained doctors (OTDs) is important for equitable global workforce distribution. However, the ability…

Accessibility of primary, specialist, and allied health services for Aboriginal people living in rural and remote communities: Protocol for a mixed-methods study

  • Authors: Macniven, Rona, Hunter, Kate, Lincoln, Michelle, O’Brien, Ciaran, Jeffries Jr, Thomas Lee, Shein, Gregory, Saxby, Alexander, Taylor, Donna, Agius, Tim, Finlayson, Heather, Martin, Robyn, Kong, Kelvin, Nolan-Isles, Davida, Tobin, Susannah, Gwynne, Kylie
  • Published: 2019

Background: Primary, specialist, and allied health services can assist in providing equitable access in rural and remote areas, where higher proportions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Aboriginal Australians)…

Linear lengthening intonation in English on Croker Island: Identifying substrate origins

  • Authors: Mailhammer, Robert, Caudal, Patrick
  • Published: 2019

The topic of this paper is a striking intonation contour which is found in English on Croker Island, NT, Australia, which is labelled Linear Lengthening Intonation. This contour is formally…

The relationship between low adult literacy levels and Aboriginal family and community engagement in educational decision making

  • Authors: Ratcliffe, Ruth, Boughton, Bob
  • Published: 2019

This article draws on work with communities in the rural and remote towns of Brewarrina, Wilcannia and Enngonia, New South Wales (NSW) to explore the relationship between low adult literacy…

Economic hybridity in remote Indigenous Australia as development alterity

  • Author: Curchin, Katherine
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Published: 2019

(Abstract for book) Postdevelopment in Practice critically engages with recent trends in postdevelopment and critical development studies that have destabilised the concept of development, challenging its assumptions and exposing areas…

Factors affecting the development of school and Indigenous community engagement: A systematic review

  • Authors: Lowe, Kevin, Harrison, Neil, Tennent, Christine, Guenther, John, Vass, Greg, Moodie, Nikki
  • Published: 2019

School systems and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have long acknowledged the levels of social, cultural and epistemic conflict that has historically existed between teachers and schools, and Aboriginal students,…

Through the eyes of students: the satisfaction of remote Indigenous boarding students’ with a transition support service in Queensland, Australia

  • Authors: Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Benveniste, Tessa, McCalman, Janya, Rutherford, Katrina, Britton, Amelia, Langham, Erika, Stewart, Richard, Saunders, Pat, Kinchin, Irina, Bainbridge, Roxanne
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Published: 2019

More than 4000 Indigenous Australian students enrol and take up a placement at boarding school each year. While reasons for attending boarding school vary, the impetus for many remote and…

Songs from the Stations: Wajarra as sung by Ronnie Wavehill Wirrpnga, Topsy Dodd Ngarnjal and Dandy Danbayarri at Kalkaringi

  • Authors: Turpin, Myfany, Meakins, Felicity
  • Publisher: Sydney University Press
  • Published: 2019

Singing is a universal activity, although the notion of a ‘song’ as generally understood in English is not found in every culture. Songs may originate locally, but they also travel,…

Observing and respecting diverse knowledge traditions in a digital archive of Indigenous language materials

  • Authors: Bow, Catherine, Hepworth, Patricia
  • Published: 2019

Australian copyright law and Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) have always sat uncomfortably together, each with their own internal logic and legitimacy, but forcing certain arrangements and compromises when…

Vaccine cold chain integrity in remote Australia

  • Author: Young, Angela
  • Published: 2019

Background: Understanding cumulative exposure to temperatures is important for assessing vaccine viability. Cold chain monitoring systems in Australia do not monitor cumulative exposures for individual vaccines from point of manufacture…

Antioxidant rich extracts of Terminalia ferdinandiana inhibit the growth of foodborne bacteria

  • Authors: Akter, Saleha, Netzel, Michael E., Tinggi, Ujang, Osborne, Simone A., Fletcher, Mary T., Sultanbawa, Yasmina
  • Published: 2019

Terminalia ferdinandiana (Kakadu plum) is a native Australian plant containing phytochemicals with antioxidant capacity. In the search for alternatives to synthetic preservatives, antioxidants from plants and herbs are increasingly being…

Aeromedical retrievals of people for mental health care and the low level of clinical support in rural and remote Australia

  • Authors: Gardiner, Fergus W, Coleman, Mathew, Teoh, Narcissus, Harwood, Abby, Coffee, Neil T, Gale, Lauren, Bishop, Lara, Laverty, Martin
  • Published: 2019

Objectives To characterise the people retrieved by the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) for treatment of mental and behavioural disorders, and to assess mental health care provision in rural and…

Courting injustice: Mass processing of defendants in the outback

  • Author: Murphy, Julian R
  • Published: 2019

One hundred years ago, colonial criminal law applied to Indigenous people in the bush was rough justice, if it was any sort of justice at all. Historical surveys describe police…

Resilience discourse and adaption strategies

  • Authors: Noble, Keith, Dennis, Tania, Larkins, Sarah
  • Publisher: Springer Singapore
  • Published: 2019

We are paying attention to the resilience agenda now because it has become policy, but policy must be measured. Resilience has been used in many fields of science over the…

The influence and importance of the built environment

  • Authors: Noble, Keith, Dennis, Tania, Larkins, Sarah
  • Publisher: Springer Singapore
  • Published: 2019

When it’s hot, we find a shady tree to sit under; when it’s cold, we find a windbreak and build a fire; and if there’s danger, we find a safe…

The state of Australia's indigenous languages - and how we can help people speak them more often

  • Author: Simpson, J
  • Published: 2019

In 1788 there were between 300 and 700 Indigenous languages spoken across Australia by millions of people, as shown in anthropologist Norman Tindale's 1974 map. However in the Australian 2016…

Drawing spirits in the sand: Performative storytelling in the digital age

  • Author: Tafler, David I.
  • Published: 2019

For First Nations people living in the central desert of Australia, the performance of oral storytelling drawing in the sand drives new agency in the cultural metamorphosis of communication practices…

Do the Yolŋu people of East Arnhem Land experience smoking related stigma associated with local and regional tobacco control strategies?: An Indigenous qualitative study from Australia

  • Authors: Tane, Moana Pera, Hefler, Marita, Thomas, David P.
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Published: 2019

In remote Aboriginal communities in East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory of Australia, the Yol?u people, traditional owners of this remote and isolated region, have a long tradition of ?arali? [tobacco]…

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