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The Lowitja Institute


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The Lowitja Institute

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Melbourne (Vic.)


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2 and Torres Strait Islander health and research workforce. Capacity development activity focuses on building the capability of stakeholders to take up and use research as well as on developing researchers skills. More information, resources, protocols and procedures can be found at <http://www.lowitja.org.au/approach-research>. Information about our research programs is available at <www.lowitja.org.au/research-programs>. Over the next few editions we will feature recent projects. =========== PUBLISHED BY THE LOWITJA INSTITUTE Publications are available in PDF format at <http://www.lowitja.org.au/publications> and can be ordered by email from <publications@lowitja.org.au> (some cost may apply). ------------ Discussion papers Legally InvisibleHow Australian Laws Impede Stewardship and Governance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, G. Howse 2011 Revitalizing Health For All: International Indigenous Representative Group Learning from the Experience of Comprehensive Primary Health Care in Aboriginal AustraliaA Commentary on Three Project Reports, B. Fredericks & D. Legge 2011 Genetic Research in Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Communities: Beginning the Conversation, E. Kowal, L. Rouhani & I. Anderson 2011 ----------- Managing Two Worlds Together: Six reports for the Managing Two Worlds Together project are available in PDF format from the Lowitja Institute website at <http://www.lowitja.org.au/lowitja-institute-publishing>. More information about this project is also available at <www.flinders.edu.au/medicine/sites/health-care- management/research/mtwt/>. ----------- Art Into Health: Puntu Palyarrikuwanpa Aboriginal Men Becoming Well, B. McCoy <http://www.lowitja.org.au/announcements/art-health-booklet>. ----------- Researching Indigenous Health: A Practical Guide for Researchers, A. Laycock with D. Walker, N. Harrison & J. Brands 2011 <http://www.lowitja.org.au/resources- researchers#purchase>. **************************************************************** PUBLIC OPINION INVITED: TEN-YEAR ROADMAP FOR NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH REFORM The Australian Government is seeking public opinion on the draft Ten-Year Roadmap for National Mental Health Reform via an online survey (http://www.surveymonkey.com/roadmapsurvey2012). This is part of the governments commitment to deliver comprehensive reforms to make a real difference to Australians living with mental illness, their families and carers. Closing date is 1 February 2012. More information at http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/Mental+Health+and+Well being-1