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  1. New app to improve Indigenous mental health featured on World Mental Health Day

    An innovative iPad app based on tools developed by Indigenous people for Indigenous people is hoping to address one of the nation’s fastest growing health problems.

  2. Mental health experts address health equity and access to treatment through the use of digital media

    An Alice Springs health workshop has received a record number of registrations from clinicians looking for new tools that will bring mental health services to the forefront of the digital age.

  3. Mental health and wellbeing

  4. Mental health and wellbeing

  5. Mental health is important for everyone

  6. Mental health and suicide prevention

    Helping communities and individuals to stay strong.

  7. Mental health and suicide prevention

  8. Mental health assessment form

  9. Mental health medication flipchart

  10. World Mental Health Day 2011

  11. E-mental health support for Indigenous clients

  12. AIMhi NT - Australian Integrated Mental Health Initiative

  13. Media alert: Darwin e-Mental Health Showcase

    An upcoming forum held by Menzies will showcase new and innovative electronic resources for delivering mental health care.

  14. The development of culturally-appropriate cognitive assessments with applications in substance abuse and mental health with Indigenous clients

  15. Primary health care and health systems research

    An important component of Closing the Gap.

  16. Primary health care and health systems research

  17. Public health and health research courses

    Provide students with an effective framework and reliable tools to enable them to comprehend and tackle complex population health and social issues.

  18. Public health and health research courses

  19. Better health through research

    Health research discoveries save, extend and improve millions of lives each year, accounting for half of all advances in health globally. Improved access to health services is the other major factor; the Menzies School of Health Research works acros...

  20. Health promotion

  21. Health promotion

  22. Indigenous health

    Menzies partners with over 60 Indigenous communities across northern Australia to create resources and grow local skills.

  23. Indigenous health

  24. Indigenous health

  25. Sexual health

  26. Sexual health

  27. Sexual health

  28. Youth health

    There is little known about Indigenous adolescent lives. Yet, it’s such an extraordinary stage because there’s incredibly rapid development.

  29. Youth health

  30. Child health and development

    Our work investigates how we can improve the health of Indigenous children so they can have the best start in life.

  31. Child health and development

  32. Discovery by ear health researchers

  33. Global and tropical health

    Menzies’ Global and Tropical Health Division works with a diverse range of regional health services and institutes in the Asia-Pacific.

  34. Global and tropical health

  35. Global and tropical health

  36. Health systems and implementation

  37. Health systems research

  38. Master of Public Health

    Enables students to advance their skills to better identify, understand, manage and respond to complex health and social issues.

  39. Master of Public Health

  40. NT health champion honoured

    Shadow Indigenous Affairs Minister, Senator Nigel Scullion, has paid tribute to to Dr Sue Sayers, who has been named as the recipient of the highest award offered by the Darwin-based Menzies School of Health Research, the Menzies Medallion.

  41. Primary health care

  42. Primary health care

  43. 730NT: Tracking down Darwinites' health

    It's the nation's largest and longest-running study of Aboriginal people - and it's happening here in the Northern Territory.

  44. Child health laboratory research

  45. Food and health communication across cultures

  46. Funding boost for health research

    Menzies School of Health Research will receive an additional $5 million in Budget 2016 to increase support to fund research that is delivering strong economic and health returns for the Territory.

  47. Global health | Taking NT know-how to the world

    Speakers: Brendon Douglas | Partnerships in Asia, Professor Ric Price | Malaria, Dr Nick Coatsworth | National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre, Dr Julie Brimblecombe | Nutrition and Food Security

  48. Graduate Diploma in Health Research

    The Graduate Diploma of Health Research develops skills in: research design; epidemiology; quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and application of evidence-based health research skills within the broader health sector and health professi...

  49. Graduate Diploma in Health Research

    Equips students with the skills to design and apply health research methodologies.

  50. Graduate Diploma in Public Health

    Equips students with the tools to identify, understand, manage and respond to complex health and social issues.

  51. Graduate Diploma in Public Health

  52. Health and Nutrition: from Timor to the Territory

    A unique health and nutrition program has brought six senior nutritionists from Timor Leste to spend this week at Royal Darwin Hospital to receive practical training in nutrition from the hospital’s dietitians.

  53. Health Lab promotes healthy living in the NT

    The Health Lab teaches Aboriginal children how to look after their health also look at ways to prevent chronic disease in Aboriginal communities through out the Northern Territory. Dietitian Claire Georga from the Menzies School of Health Researchers works with the kids to promote healthy living allowing them to test their heath to give them a better understanding of what is good for the body and what isn’t.

  54. Letter to the editor | A health priority

    I WELCOME the NT News call to tackle kidney disease affecting Indigenous Australians (editorial, 08/08/16).

  55. Phase 1_Mental Health Report_Final_NT

  56. Phase 1_Mental Health Report_Final_QLD

  57. The Rioli Fund for Aboriginal Health

    Welcome to The Rioli Fund for Aboriginal Health The Rioli Fund for Aboriginal Health has been established in conjunction with the Menzies School of Health Research to raise support for research into issues that impact upon the health and well-be...

  58. Bolstering brain health in remote communities

    A grassroots project is enabling researchers to talk directly to parents in remote Indigenous communities about the importance of early brain development.

  59. Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) in Respiratory Health

    Menzies’ CRE in Respiratory Health is dedicated to improving the lung health of children, particularly Indigenous children.

  60. Child Health - Early Life Intervention Q&A

    A transformative group of specialists leading the charge in addressing health disadvantage are offering a public Q & A in Darwin. They will be sharing their knowledge and experience on some of the most significant child health issues affecting those among the poorest populations in the world.

  61. Child health | Early life intervention

    Speakers: Professor Peter Morris | Ear health, Professor Gary Robinson | Youth mental health, Associate Professor Sue Sayers | Pre-natal health, Professor Anne Chang | Respiratory health

  62. Community Development & Public Health Seminar

  63. Health to shine at Close The Gap Day Charity Breakfast

    An opportunity to hear from leading Indigenous health experts about inventive new ways they are closing the gap is set to draw some of the Territory’s most influential and iconic identities for a formal charity breakfast.

  64. National Health and Medical Research Council

  65. Master of Public Health Research Project

  66. Mobile health lab to visit remote communities

    An interactive mobile health laboratory will visit four Northern Territory communities this week as part of National Science Week.

  67. New Centre links child health and education

    A new research centre dedicated to improving the lives of children in the NT will be launched by the Chief Minister Paul Henderson in Darwin today.

  68. Passing the Menzies School of Health Research Act

  69. 730NT: New Director of the Menzies School of Health Research

    Kidney disease expert Professor Alan Cass takes over the reins at Menzies.

  70. Barriers to Indigenous follow-up health care identified

    THE uptake of Indigenous-specific health assessments is on the rise, but follow-up care remains problematic with many barriers identified in research published in the Medical Journal of Australia. The $805 million Indigenous Chronic Disease Package (ICDP) was introduced in 2010 by the Australian Government to increase the delivery of health assessments and appropriate follow-up.

  71. Gambling causing harm to Indigenous children's health

    A study by the Menzies School of Health Research has confirmed that gambling problems in remote Indigenous communities are associated with poorer health outcomes for children.

  72. Indigenous health advocate receives Honorary Doctorate

    Long-serving Indigenous researcher and educator, Lawurrpa Maypilama has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate during CDU's recent graduation ceremony.

  73. Kidney health and Menzies engagement in Central Australia

  74. Kidney health and Menzies engagement in Central Australia

  75. National boost for new Indigenous and tropical health research

    The Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) has been awarded federal funding for 12 competitive grants and fellowships to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged populations in Australia and the Asia- Pacific region.

  76. National boost for new Indigenous and tropical health research

    Menzies has been awarded more than $12 million in federal funding for 12 competitive grants and fellowships to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged populations in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

  77. National boost for new Indigenous and tropical health research

    Menzies has been awarded more than $12 million in federal funding for 12 competitive grants and fellowships to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged populations in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

  78. National Child Health Report: 2012-2013

  79. New resources to strengthen the quality of Indigenous health services

    A CQI tool designed specifically for Indigenous youth aged between 12 - 25 years has been launched by Menzies.

  80. New tools to help strengthen Indigenous health promotion across Australia

    Researchers from the Menzies School of Health Research have launched the first quality improvement tools designed specifically for health promotion with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

  81. Putting Cambodia's youth health and wellbeing under the microscope

    Dr Kate Senior is a senior research fellow with the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin. Her research interests in the application of anthropological methods in the evaluation of health services have taken her to locations far beyond the confines of her Darwin office. Most recently, she had the opportunity to travel to Battambang, Cambodia, and shares her story.

  82. Research Nurse or Aboriginal Health Worker - PANDORA

    1 year full or part time (0.8 - 1.0 FTE) contract based in Darwin GSL 6-7 $91,551 - $107,820 pro-rata salary package (comprising gross salary $70,498 - $84,567 pro-rata, superannuation & salary packaging benefits) Closing date: 25 April 2016...

  83. Role of the Environment in Skin Health | Nicola Slavin

  84. 2015 Emerging Health Researcher Award winner announced

    An inspiring health researcher working to identify ways to improve health outcomes in Indigenous communities has been named the Bupa Health Foundation Emerging Health Researcher of the Year.

  85. 2016 Alan Walker Child Health Lecture Series

    “Improving Indigenous Child Health: What works and what’s new” Presented by Menzies in collaboration with the Department of Paediatrics, RDH

  86. A bright scientific mind leaves his mark on Indigenous health

    Early in the 1980s, a young medical student sat with a crisis. He’d chosen to study medicine after tossing up the options of engineering or law – and he wanted his choice to count.

  87. Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal and Tropical Health established

  88. CQI + Research + Change Advocates = Improvements in Primary Health Care

  89. Distinguished health researchers converge on Darwin for Scientific Colloquium

    Leading health researchers from around Australia will join more than 100 participants to discuss ways to bridge the gap between scientific discovery and delivery at a Menzies School of Health Scientific Colloquium 2012 to be held tomorrow (Friday, 26 Oct).

  90. Forge: Thirty years of passion and results for Indigenous health

    Professor Alan Cass has great passion for the Menzies School of Health Research’s past and present: its incredible legacy of improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over 30 years of age, and its vital work in the field today.

  91. Global health specialists speak out at a public lecture series

    A transformative group of specialists leading the charge in addressing health disadvantage are convening in Darwin to share their knowledge and experience on some of the most significant global health issues affecting those among the poorest populations in the world.

  92. Improving Indigenous health through IQI recognised as a Centre of Research Excellence

    A pioneering research project which aims to improve Indigenous health outcomes by accelerating and strengthening large-scale primary health care quality improvement efforts has been recognised as a national Centre of Research Excellence.

  93. Master of Public Health - International Student Visa Holders

    Enables students to advance their skills to better identify, understand, manage and respond to complex health and social issues.

  94. Public health courses available 100% online in 2017 for domestic students

  95. Menzies leaders inducted into important new health and medical academy

    Three Menzies researchers inducted as Fellows of the newly formed Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.

  96. Menzies leaders inducted into important new health and medical academy

    Three Menzies researchers inducted as Fellows of the newly formed Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.

  97. Menzies leaders inducted into important new health and medical academy

    Three Menzies researchers inducted as Fellows of the newly formed Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.

  98. Menzies secures critical funding to improve heart health

    The quality of research at Menzies has again been recognised, this time through the Heart Foundation Research Program Awards.

  99. New report identifies investment into Indigenous Health research paying off

    A new report which has evaluated the economic contribution of Australia’s leading Aboriginal health research institute shows it made a significant contribution to the Australian economy.

  100. On the road again: Nation's oldest and largest Aboriginal health study

    The oldest and largest study of Aboriginal people in Australia has begun its fourth wave of data collection.

  101. Pioneering research hopes to improve Indigenous lung health

    The first ever detailed study of the bacteriology of bronchiectasis in Indigenous children has been undertaken to better understand and prevent the disease progression.

  102. Position description - Research Nurse or Aboriginal Health Worker

  103. Public Health courses launched as staff move into new building

  104. SBS World News: Dr Yunupingu's death highlights health disparities

    The death of Yothu Yindi frontman Dr Yunupingu highlights anew the health disparities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

  105. Sod turned for $46m research facility for leading Indigenous health institute

    Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs Warren Snowdon and Northern Territory Minister for Health Kon Vatskalis have turned the ‘first sod’ in celebration of the Menzies School of Health Research new multimillion dollar building project.

  106. The 2015 Northern Territory Gambling, Health and Wellbeing Survey

  107. The Conversation: Indigenous child health improves when fruit and veg are cheap

    Providing subsidised fruit and vegetable scheme to low-income Indigenous families in northern New South Wales improves children’s health and significantly reduces antibiotic use, a new study has found.

  108. CAAMA News: Gambling causing harm to Aboriginal Children’s Health

    A study by the Menzies School of Health Research has confirmed that gambling problems in remote Aboriginal Communities are associated with poorer health outcomes for children.

  109. Economic Report Reveals Menzies Among Most Cost Effective in Health Research

    Economic analysis just published, reports Menzies School of Health Research is one of Australia’s most cost-effective health research institutes working to close the gap for health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

  110. Esteemed kidney specialist conferred national health science award

    One of Australia’s leading kidney specialists has been recognised with a prestigious national award for his contributions to kidney health and advancing Indigenous health.

  111. Esteemed kidney specialist conferred national health science award

    One of Australia'sleading kidney specialists has been recognised with a prestigious national award for his contributions to kidney health and advancing Indigenous health.

  112. Esteemed kidney specialist recognised with national health science award

    One of Australia’s leading kidney specialists has been recognised with a prestigious national award for his contributions to kidney health and advancing Indigenous health.

  113. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Prevention and Health Promotion Resources

  114. grassROOTS: Looking Forward, Looking Back; 30 Years Of Passion And Results For Indigenous Health

    Researcher’s past and present: its incredible legacy improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for over 20 years, and its vital work in the field today…

  115. Menzies celebrates 30 years of scientific discovery and public health achievement

  116. Menzies secures critical funding for malaria and tropical health research

    The millions of people worldwide who suffer from malaria and other tropical infections each year will benefit from the awarding of a federal fellowship to one of the country's leading clinical researchers in tropical health.

  117. Pioneer Indigenous Health and Education Administrator becomes Menzies CCDE Patron

    The Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) Centre for Child Development and Education (CCDE) is very pleased to announce Dr Marion Scrymgour, CEO of Wurli-Wulinjang Aboriginal health service and chair of AMSANT (Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance of the Northern Territory), has agreed to serve as co-patron of the Centre.

  118. Pioneering skin sores research to improve health of children globally

    A NT-based research project investigating alternative and more practical treatments for skin sores is set to benefit the millions of children worldwide who suffer from this infection.

  119. Priority Evidence-Practice Gaps in Child Health 2007-2013

  120. Refined national child health care report: 2012-2013

  121. Stars line up to support prestigious Aboriginal health event in Darwin

    Darwin will host a roll call of sporting and entertainment greats this month as they fly in to participate in the second Rioli Fund Annual Dinner.

  122. Cancer, nutrition and kidney disease the focus of new Indigenous health research funding

    Australia’s emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers will be able to expand their critical work in Indigenous health following a recent funding announcement made to the Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies).

  123. ESP Project_FINAL REPORT_Primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

  124. Esteemed kidney specialist appointed as new Director of Menzies School of Health Research

    A leading Australian kidney specialist will take the helm at the Northern Territory’s Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies), following a six-month global search for a world-class director and health researcher.

  125. Fresh resources give health workers the edge to tackle Indigenous smoking

    A suite of new No Smokes Health Worker Guides will be launched on World No Tobacco Day (Friday, 31 May) providing a toolbox for health workers, including Aboriginal tobacco workers, to tackle Indigenous smoking rates.

  126. Indigenous health: Queensland's gulf in cancer survival rates fails to improve

    A study tracking survival rates five years after diagnosis from 1997 through to 2012 finds little evidence of gap closing

  127. Menzies ear and hearing health program wins $2.5 million in ‘research excellence’ funding

    A leading ear and hearing health collaborative research program led by Menzies was today declared a ‘Centre of Research Excellence (CRE)’ and awarded funding of $2.5 million over five years.

  128. Mobile health lab aims to reduce chronic disease during National Science Week

    An interactive mobile health laboratory will visit four Northern Territory (NT) communities between 15 and 20 August as part of National Science Week, to spark people’s interest in science and health, and demonstrate how lifestyle choices can impact people’s future health.

  129. Research turns to cold case specimens to unveil secrets in ear and lung health

    A retrospective study of 20 years of ear and lung data is being undertaken to inform improved diagnosis, prevention and treatment options for Indigenous children with middle ear and lung infections.

  130. Study outlines opportunities for improving reproductive health among young Indigenous women

  131. ESP Project_Data Supplement_FINAL REPORT_Primary Health Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children

  132. World class director sought for leading Aboriginal and Tropical Health research institute

    Menzies School of Health Research has begun a national and international search for a new world-class Director.

  133. National Report on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Preventive Health Care (2012 – 2014)

  134. A structured systems approach to improving health promotion practice for chronic disease prevention in Indigenous communities.

  135. The development, pilot and refinement of the Nutrition and Food Security - Approaches to improving the health of women and children (NFS) short course

  136. Kidney disease: National taskforce needed to address health crisis among Indigenous people, medical experts warn

    Dialysis patient Didamain Uibo says she does not get homesick anymore, after more than three decades receiving treatment at a clinic far away from her community.

  137. National Report on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Preventive Health Care (2012 – 2014) – with comparative NT data

  138. National Report on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Preventive Health Care (2012 – 2014) – with comparative QLD data

  139. Update of prevalence, incidence and health economic data relating to chronic kidney disease in the Central Australian Region

  140. Information for Prospective Students - National Research Partnership to improve primary health care performance and outcomes for Indigenous peoples flyer

  141. Health care utilisation at the end of life and palliative care needs for Indigenous cancer patients

  142. Position Description - Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Public Health

  143. Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Public Health

    3 - 5 year full time contract based in Darwin Academic Level B-C $109,895 - $150,883 salary package (comprising gross salary $86,248 - $120,797, superannuation & salary packaging benefits) Closing date: 1 August 2016 Contact: Louise Clark ...

  144. About

    As a prospective Aboriginal life course study, the main aim is to assess the effect of early life factors, birth and childhood, on later physical and mental health, and to examine which factors influence these across the life course. This study ...

  145. About

    Biography: Merrilee has extensive experience working in the not-for profit sector in research, evaluation and service development roles. She has a particular interest in mental health, disability and women’s health and has worked on a range of...

  146. About us

    The Menzies School of Health Research is Australia’s only Medical Research Institute dedicated to improving Indigenous health and wellbeing.

  147. About us

    The Menzies School of Health Research is Australia’s only medical research institute dedicated to improving Indigenous health and wellbeing. We have a 29-year history of scientific discovery and public health achievement. Menzies was e...

  148. Brains of the Desert

    Improving Indigenous mental health motivates the work, and the growing cult, of Central Australia’s Dr Kylie Dingwall.

  149. Confronting the scourge of Indigenous Suicide

    In June this year, the Menzies School of Health Research welcomed the Australian Government’s decision to appoint it to help develop the nation’s first National Indigenous Suicide Prevention Strategy.

  150. Current projects

    Optimum Thiamine Intervention (OpT In) Trial E-Mental health in Practice Wellbeing Intervention for Chronic Kidney Disease (WICKD): A trial of the AIMhi Stay Strong App Dementia Among Aboriginal People In Aged Care Cognitive response to thia...

  151. Current projects

    AIMhi NT BEAT depression and substance misuse Cultural security and care planning Screening and treatment for alcohol related trauma (START) Yarning about gambling Yarning about mental health.

  152. Current projects

    E-Mental Health in Practice (eMHPrac) Wellbeing Intervention for Chronic Kidney Disease (WICKD)

  153. Dean Rioli

    Dean grew up on the Tiwi Islands and moved away to Perth and Melbourne to achieve his dream of playing for Essendon Football Club in the AFL. Dean has worked tirelessly since retiring from the AFL in supporting sustainable employment outcomes for ...

  154. Funders and collaborators

    Funders: Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. Collaborators: Northern Territory Department of Health Environmental Health Division.

  155. Funders and collaborators

    Funders: The Australian Government’s Department of Health Environmental Health Standing Committee (enHealth) – Working Group on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Environmental Health contributed funding towards this research....

  156. Key staff

    Key staff: Elizabeth McDonald Collaborators: Northern Territory Department of Health (Environmental Health Division) Fred Hollows Foundation Northern Territory Department of Housing.  

  157. Menzies Oration

    Newly appointed CEO of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Professor Anne Kelso has been announced as the 2015 Menzies Orator.

  158. Our Journey

    Long before it was recognised as one of Australia’s leading Indigenous and tropical health medical research institutes, Menzies began as a vision to understand and improve the difficult and complex health problems faced by Aboriginal communities ...

  159. Resources

    Information brochures: ABCD National Research Partnership – Research Focus 2010-2014 brochure ABCD National Research Partnership – Improving Practice through Research brochure Data Dictionary Information for prospective res...

  160. Outcomes

    Publications: Gibson-Helm M, Rumbold A, Teede H, Ranasinha S, Bailie R, Boyle J. Improving the provision of pregnancy care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women: a continuous quality improvement initiative. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth,...

  161. Overview

    In remote Indigenous communities, access to typical drugs of abuse can be restricted due to geographical or social policy constraints. In these unique contexts, the substances and patterns of use can differ markedly from elsewhere in Australia. ...

  162. Overview

    Mental illnesses are among the fastest growing health problems nationwide and Indigenous Australians are at high risk. Menzies' researchers are seeking to prevent mental illness by identifying the tools and methods people and...

  163. Overview

    Aims: To ascertain if the introduction of screening and brief interventions change health service provider practice and improve access to care for high risk drinkers and those with wellbeing concerns admitted to the maxillofacial unit ...

  164. Overview

    Aims: To engage with managers, service providers, Aboriginal Mental Health Workers and communities to explore mental health in remote communities and to find new ways to deliver services. Summary: The five year action research...

  165. Overview

    Aims: To develop and validate assessments of brain function (cognition) and mental health that are appropriate for use with Indigenous people To provide appropriate assessments with normative criterion and data, for the valid assessmen...

  166. Overview

    Watch a demonstration of the app by clicking here. Aims: To develop and trial a structured mental health and substance misuse intervention using Indigenous specific content and imagery in a computerised (i.e. iPad application) forma...

  167. Overview

    Summary: ‘Brain stories’ is a concept of developing tools to understand and communicate the way that substance abuse and mental health affect the brain and behaviour for Indigneous people. Taking an empirical approach to knowled...

  168. Overview

    Aims: Improve the reach and utilisation of e-mental health supports, particularly in rural/remote areas and with Indigenous people Advise the Australian Government on the most effective ways to support the emental health environment. ...

  169. Overview

    The Engaging Stakeholders in Identifying Priority Evidence-Practice Gaps and Strategies for Improvement (the ESP Project) provides an opportunity to engage people in conversations about systemic barriers or enablers that could improve the delivery...

  170. Partnership opportunities

    We have many opportunities for partnership to assist our research and its translation.

  171. Projects

    AIMhi NT Best practice in early intervention, assessment and treatment of depression and substance misuse (BEAT) Development of the stay strong IPAD app The development of culturally-appropriate cognitive assessments with appli...

  172. Reports

    For more detailed information on the key areas of health care click below: Rheumatic heart disease We are currently working on analysing the feedback from Phase 2. ​Data supplement: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Acute Rheumat...

  173. Publications

    d'Abbs, P. (2012). Problematizing alcohol through the eyes of the other: Alcohol policy and Aboriginal drinking in the Northern Territory, Australia. Contemporary Drug Problems, 39(3), 371-396. Hinton, R., & Nagel, T. (2012). Evaluatio...

  174. Publications

    Click here to view more mental health publications in PubMed.

  175. Resources

    AIMhi pictorial care plan AIMhi Stay Strong iPad App AIMhi Stay Strong Android App AIMhi Stay Strong Planning | Brief Treatment Manual AIMhi anxiety AIMhi brief wellbeing screener AIMhi brief yarning about wellbeing AIMHi delirium AI...

  176. Resources

    Flipcharts: Sniffing and the Brain When Girls and Women Sniff When Boys and Men Sniff The Grog Brain Story The Gunja Brain Story The Mental Health Brain Story The Tobacco Story Animations: Th...

  177. Resources

    AIMhi Stay Strong App iBobbly Mindhealthconnect Mindspot On Track Beacon   Darwin e-Mental Health Showcase presentations from June 2014:   ANU's e-hub programs OnTrack prog...

  178. Resources

    Resources portal Visit our resources portal to download and purchase an array of fact sheets, flip charts, DVDs, brochures and more. Research areas include: Alcohol Cancer Ears Heart Hygiene Lungs ...

  179. Professor Rosemary Calder AM

    Patron profile Professor Rosemary Calder AM  is the Director of the  newly established Australian Health Policy Collaboration at Victoria University in Melbourne. Prior to the establishment of the AHPC in July 2015, Rosemary was Director, ...

  180. Selected publications

    Bailie R., Stevens M., & McDonald E. L. (2014). Impact of housing improvement and the socio-physical environment on the mental health of children's carers: a cohort study in Australian aboriginal communities. BMC Public Health, 14, 472....

  181. Selected publications

    Nagel, T. & Thompson, C. (2008). Motivational care planning – self management in indigenous mental health. Australian Family Physician, 37(12), 996-1000. Nagel, T., Thompson, C., Robinson, G., Condon, J. & Trauer, T...

  182. Selected publications

    Robinson, R.W., Tyler, W.B., Silburn, S.R. & Zubrick, S.R. (2012). Gender, Culture and Intervention: Exploring Differences between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Children’s Responses to an Early Intervention Programme. Children and Soci...

  183. Selected publications

    Silburn, S.R., Zubrick, S.R., DeMaio, J.A., Shepherd, C., Griffin, J.A., Mitrou, F.G., et al. (2006). The Western Australian Aboriginal Child Health Survey: Strengthening the Capacity of Aboriginal Children, Families and Communities. Perth:...

  184. Selected publications

    Dingwall, K . (2015). Evaluation of a culturally adapted training course in Indigenous e-mental health. Australian Psychiatry, 1-6. Dingwall, K. (2015). “Like Drawing Into Sand”: Acceptability, Feasibility, and Appropria...

  185. Selected publications

    Reupert, A., Maybery, D., Cox, M., and Scott Stokes, E. (2015). Place of family in recovery models for those with a mental illness. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 24, 495–506. doi: 10.1111/in...

  186. Val Asche Prize for Academic Excellence 2013

    Congratulations to Rachel Conn and Zeina Hayes who have been awarded the 2013 Val Asche Prize for Academic Excellence.

  187. Val Asche Prize for Academic Excellence 2015

    Congratulations to Josie Povey and Alexis Harper who have been awarded the 2015 Val Asche Prize for Academic Excellence.