Aboriginal health research in the remote Kimberley: an exploration of perceptions, attitudes and concerns of stakeholders

Aboriginal health research in the remote Kimberley: an exploration of perceptions, attitudes and concerns of stakeholders Journal Article

BMC Health Services Research

  • Author(s): Mc Loughlin, Frieda, Hadgraft, Nyssa T., Atkinson, David, Marley, Julia V.
  • Published: 2014
  • Volume: 14
  • ISBN: 1472-6963

Abstract: For decades Indigenous peoples have argued for health research reform claiming methods used and results obtained often reflect the exploitative history of colonisation. In 2006 the Kimberley Aboriginal Health Planning Forum (KAHPF) Research Subcommittee (hereafter, the Subcommittee) was formed to improve research processes in the remote Kimberley region of north Western Australia. This paper explores the major perceptions, attitudes and concerns of stakeholders in the Subcommittee.

  • Urls: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-014-0517-1
  • Work Type: journal article
  • Keywords: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research, Ethics, Kimberley Aboriginal Health Planning Forum Research Subcommittee, Community consultation, Research processes, Decolonising research

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Mc Loughlin, Frieda, Hadgraft, Nyssa T., Atkinson, David, Marley, Julia V., 2014, Aboriginal health research in the remote Kimberley: an exploration of perceptions, attitudes and concerns of stakeholders, Volume:14, Journal Article, viewed 15 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=13889.

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