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Lowitja e-Bulletin

Details:

Title

Lowitja e-Bulletin

Creator

The Lowitja Institute

Collection

Lowitja e-Bulletin; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Lowitja e-Bulletin

Date

2012-01-16

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Australia's National Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research.

Language

English

Subject

Aboriginal Australians; Research; Health and hygiene; Lowitja Institute (Australia); Periodicals

Publisher name

The Lowitja Institute

Place of publication

Melbourne (Vic.)

Series

Lowitja e-Bulletin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

The Lowitja Institute

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2021C00044

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/236494

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/641662

Page content

3 literature on genetic literacy in Indigenous contexts. Finally, the discussion paper presents a summary of the productive and challenging conversations at the roundtable. ========== RESEARCH AT THE LOWITJA INSTITUTE An opportunity to participate in a national appraisal of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Initiatives in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care The Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation (CHETRE) at the University of New South Wales has been contracted by the Lowitja Institute to undertake an appraisal of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care. This is an opportunity to showcase the range CQI work being done across the country in order to improve the quality of care offered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients and communities. A national reference group is providing advice and guidance on the conduct of the study. CHETRE would like to invite you speak with them about your work in CQI to give your perspectives on your experience in implementing CQI activities in your centre or program or service. CHETRE is interested in your views on the strengths and weaknesses of the activities, system, and tools you are using to conduct CQI, and on your views about how the activities contribute to improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The purpose of the work is to develop recommendations about what is needed now, to improve on what is being done, so that we can continue to improve the quality of primary health care available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients and communities. If you would like further information about this work or to participate in a discussion about your work (and that of others in the field), please contact Ms Sandra Angus, Senior Research Officer on T: 07 3146 4273 or M: 0414 445 788 or Assoc. Professor Marilyn Wise on T: 02 9612 0779. (Text by CHETRE) =========== 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). ------------ 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>. ****************************************************************


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