Geographical analysis of evaluated chronic disease programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian primary health care setting: a systematic scoping review

Geographical analysis of evaluated chronic disease programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian primary health care setting: a systematic scoping review Journal Article

BMC Public Health

  • Author(s): Beks, Hannah, Binder, Marley J., Kourbelis, Constance, Ewing, Geraldine, Charles, James, Paradies, Yin, Clark, Robyn A., Versace, Vincent L.
  • Published: 2019
  • Volume: 19
  • ISBN: 1471-2458

Abstract: Targeted chronic disease programs are vital to improving health outcomes for Indigenous people globally. In Australia it is not known where evaluated chronic disease programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been implemented. This scoping review geographically examines where evaluated chronic disease programs for Aboriginal people have been implemented in the Australian primary health care setting. Secondary objectives include scoping programs for evidence of partnerships with Aboriginal organisations, and use of ethical protocols. By doing so, geographical gaps in the literature and variations in ethical approaches to conducting program evaluations are highlighted.

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Beks, Hannah, Binder, Marley J., Kourbelis, Constance, Ewing, Geraldine, Charles, James, Paradies, Yin, Clark, Robyn A., Versace, Vincent L., 2019, Geographical analysis of evaluated chronic disease programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian primary health care setting: a systematic scoping review, Volume:19, Journal Article, viewed 09 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=15580.

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