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Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Publications Timeline

Overviews and summaries of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health

Reviews and summaries of health topics

1998
  • Eye health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
1999
  • Review of the state of knowledge of cardiovascular disease among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations
2003
  • Summary of Indigenous women's health
2004
2006
2010

Books, reports and journal articles

1998
  • Paterson, B., & Thomson, N. (1998). Interested in Indigenous health [noticeboard]. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 8(1), 84-85.
  • Thomson, N. (1998). The Taree study: a model for Indigenous disability research. Paper presented at the Indigenous disability data: current status and future prospects. Report on proceedings of the Canberra workshop, April 1998, Canberra.
  • Thomson, N. J. (1998). The development of Indigenous health information, 1981 to 1995. University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.  
1999
  • Anderson, I., Hayman, N., Hunter, E., Lambert, S., Longbottom, H., Shannon, C., & Thomson, N. (1999). Corporate public health postgraduate program: PH51HE Indigenous health. Brisbane: University of Queensland.
  • Thomson, N., Winter, J., & Pumphrey, M. (1999). Review of the state of knowledge of cardiovascular disease among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations. Perth: National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Clearinghouse.
  • Young, M. C., Fricker, P. F., Thomson, N. J., & Lee, K. A. P. (1999). Sudden death due to ischaemic heart disease in young Aboriginal sportsmen in the Northern Territory, 1982-1996. Medical Journal of Australia, 170(9), 425-428.
2000
  • Thomson, N. J. (2000). Cancer among Indigenous Australians: time for decisive action [editorial]. Medical Journal of Australia, 173(6), 288-289.
2001
  • Thomson, N. (Ed.). (2001). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health at the end of the 20th century. Perth: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.
  • Thomson, N. (2001). The impact of injury among Indigenous people. In N. Thomson (Ed.), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health at the end of the 20th century (pp. 72-79). Perth: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.
  • Thomson, N., & Irvine, J. (2001). A review of cancer among Aboriginal people in Western Australia. Perth: Cancer Foundation of Western Australia.
2002
  • Burns, J., Thomson, N., Brooks, J., Burrow, S., Kirov, E., McGougan, B., & Valenti, A. (2002). Achievements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Perth: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.
  • Burns, J., Thomson, N., Brooks, J., Burrow, S., Kirov, E., McGougan, B., & Valenti, A. (2002). Describing an iceberg from a glimpse of its tip: a summary of the literature on achievements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Perth: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.
2003
  • Ali, M., & Thomson, N. (2003). Gastrointestinal disorders. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 290-312). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Burns, J., Burrow, S., Genovese, E., Pumphrey, M., Sims, E., & Thomson, N. (2003). Other communicable diseases. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 397-441). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Burns, J., & Irvine, J. (2003). Nutrition and growth. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 75-92). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Burns, J., & Thomson, N. (2003). Disability. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 467-487). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Burns, J., & Thomson, N. (2003). Eye health. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 273-289). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Burrow, S., & Thomson, N. (2003). Disorders of the renal-urologic system. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 339-368). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Burrow, S., & Thomson, N. (2003). Ear disease and hearing loss. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 247-272). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Currie, B., & McGougan, B. (2003). Skin infections and infestations. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 369-383). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Irvine, J., Kirov, E., & Thomson, N. (2003). Diabetes. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 93-126). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Kirov, E., Francis, J., & Thomson, N. (2003). Cancer. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 207-223). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N. (Ed.). (2003). The health of Indigenous Australians. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N. (2003). The impact of health on the education of Aboriginal children. In Q. Beresford & G. Partington (Eds.), Reform and resistance in Aboriginal education: the Australian experience (pp. 110-132). Perth: University of Western Australia Press.
  • Thomson, N. (2003). The need for Indigenous health information. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 1-24). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N. (2003). Responding to our 'spectacular failure'. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 488-511). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N., & Ali, M. (2003). Births, deaths, and hospitalisation. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 44-74). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N., & Brooks, J. (2003). Cardiovascular disease. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 186-206). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N., & Brooks, J. (2003). Injury. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 442-466). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N., Kirov, E., & Ali, M. (2003). Respiratory system disorders. In N. Thomson (Ed.), The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 224-246). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Thomson, N., Murray, R., Ring, I., & Garrow, S. (2003). Aboriginal health status. In S. Couzos & R. Murray (Eds.), Aboriginal primary health care: an evidence-based approach (2nd ed., pp. 38-60). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2004
  • Burns, J., & Thomson, N. (2004). Summary of Indigenous health: eye health. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 28(5), 32-34.
  • Harbridge, R., Pickett, L., & Thomson, N. (2004). Noongar Family Diabetes Project: final report. Perth: Centre for Public Health, Edith Cowan University and WA Country Health Service, Great Southern Health Region.
  • Kirov, E., & Thomson, N. (2004). Summary of Indigenous health: diabetes mellitus. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 28(3), 11-13.
  • Kirov, E., & Thomson, N. (2004). Summary of Indigenous health: respiratory disease. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 28(2), 15-18.
  • Moller, J., Thomson, N., & Brooks, J. (2004). Injury prevention activity among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Volume 1: Current status and future directions. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing.
  • O'Neill, M., Kirov, E., & Thomson, N. (2004). A review of the literature on disability services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Perth: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.
2005
  • Kirov, E., & Thomson, N. (2005). Summary of Indigenous health: cardiovascular disease. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 29(4), 4-5.
  • Thomson, N. (2005). Cultural respect and related concepts: a brief summary of the literature. Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin, 5(4:Review 1).
  • Thomson, N. (2005). Cultural security and related concepts: a brief summary of the literature. Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin, 5(4).
  • Thomson, N. (2005). The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet: knowledge transfer to assist decision making in Indigenous health. In L. Taylor, G. K. Ward, G. Henderson, R. Davis & L. A. Wallis (Eds.), The power of knowledge, the resonance of tradition (pp. 141-154). Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.
  • Thomson, N. J. (2005). Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet: a valuable time-saving resource for everyone involved in Indigenous health. Medical Journal of Australia, 182(10), 504.
  • Thomson, N., & Burns, J. (2005). Summary of Indigenous health: selected communicable diseases. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 29(5), 4-5.
  • Thomson, N., Krom, I., Trevaskis, G., Weissofner, N., & Leggett, N. (2005). A scoping study of depression among Indigenous peoples. Perth: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet for Beyond Blue.
2006
  • Burns, J., & Thomson, N. (2006). Overweight and obesity - a major problem for Indigenous Australians. Perth, WA: Kurongkurl Katitjin, School of Indigenous Australian Studies, Edith Cowan University.
  • Burns, J., & Thomson, N. (2006). Summary of Indigenous health: births and deaths. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 30(2), 6-8.
  • Burns, J., & Thomson, N. (2006). Summary of Indigenous health: overweight and obesity. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 30(5), 11-13.
  • Burrow, S., & Thomson, N. (2006). Summary of Indigenous health: ear disease and hearing loss. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 30(1), 10-12.
  • Thomson, N., & Kirov, E. (2006). Summary of Indigenous health: preliminary analysis of physical activity. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 30(3), 14-16.
2007
  • Burns, J. (2007). Indigenous ear health: the National Hear, Speak, Live conference. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 31(6), 9-10.
  • Thomson, N., & Krom, I. (2007). Summary of Indigenous health: injury. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 31(6), 20-22
  • Thomson, N., & Stumpers, S. (2007). Summary of Indigenous health: end-stage renal disease. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 31(1), 33-35.
2008
  • Catto, M., & Thomson, N. (2008). Summary of Indigenous health: illict drug use. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 32(5), 7-10.
  • Thomson, N., & Burns, J. (2008). Summary of Indigenous health: tuberculosis. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 32(3), 26-27.
  • Thomson, N., & Hardy, A. (2008). Summary of Indigenous health: hepatitis. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 32(2), 20-21.
  • Thomson, N., & Ring, I. (2008). Health status. In S. Couzos & R. Murray (Eds.), Aboriginal primary health care: an evidence-based approach (3rd ed., pp. 74-113). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2009
  • Midford, R. (2009). Drug prevention programmes for young people: where have we been and where should we be going? Addiction, 105(10), 1688–1695.
  • Midford, R., Young, D., Chikritzhs, T., Playford, D., Kite, E., & Pascal, R. (2009). The effect of alcohol sales and advertising restrictions on a remote Australian community. Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy, 17(1), 21-41.
2010
  • Burns, J., Maling, C. M., & Thomson, N. (2010). Summary of Indigenous women's health status. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 34(5), 26-29.
  • Debuyst, O. (2010). Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet kidney health. The Chronicle, 16(1), 20.
  • Ride, K., & Thomson, N. (2010). Summary of Indigenous health: cardiovascular health status. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 34(1), 7-10.
  • Velander, F., Schineanu, A., & Midford, R. (2010). Attitudes and knowledge of alcohol related harm minimization initiatives in a rural Australian city: a baseline survey. Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy, 17(4), 354–369.
2011
  • Anomie. (2011). Healing through belief, biography, and social connection. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 23(4), 491-497.
  • Catto, M. (2011). Alcohol use among Indigenous peoples: the harmful use of alcohol amongst Indigenous Australians. The Chronicle, 20(1), 21.
2012
  • Partington, G., Galloway, A., Byrne, M., Anderson, K., Godfrey, J., Ferguson, N., Thomson, N., Burrow, S., . . . Harrold, M. (2012). Keeping kids on track: an initiative developing the resilience of Aboriginal students during a critical transition phase: (Happy Kids Project). Perth, WA: Kurongkurl Katitjin, Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research.
  • Thomson, N. (2012). Translational research and the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet. Perth, WA: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.
  • Thomson, N., Burns, J., & McLoughlin, N. (2012). The impact of health on the education of Indigenous children. In Q. Beresford, G. Partington & G. Gower (Eds.), Reform and resistance in Aboriginal education: fully revised edition (Revised ed., pp. 202-234). Perth, WA: UWA Publishing.
2014
  • Adams, M. (2014). Men's business: A study into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men's sexual and reproductive health. Torrens, ACT: Magpie Goose Publishing.
  • Adams, Y., Drew, N., & Walker, R. (2014). Principles of practice in mental health assessment with Aboriginal Australians. In P. Dudgeon, H. Milroy & R. Walker (Eds.), Working together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice (2nd edition ed., pp. 271-288 (chapter 216)). Canberra: Department of The Prime Minister and Cabinet.
  • Catto, M. (2013). Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet workshops summary evaluation report. Perth, WA: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.
  • Drew, N. (2014). Living and learning together: principled practice for engagement and social transformation in the east Kimberley region of Western Australia. In R. E. Rinehart, K. N. Barbour & C. C. Pope (Eds.), Ethnographic Worldviews (pp. chapter 7 - pp 77-91): Springer Link.
2015
  • Adams, M. (2015). Aboriginal life set, mental health and suicide. In C. Fejo-King & J. Poona (Eds.), Reconciliation and Australian social work: past and current experiences informing future practice (pp. 33-74). Torrens, ACT: Magpie Goose Publishing.
  • Adams, M. (2015). Utilising appropriate methodology and social work practices: consulting with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males. In C. Fejo-King & J. Poona (Eds.), Emerging from the margins: First Australians’ perspectives of social work (pp. 87-116). Torrens, ACT: Magpie Goose Publishing.
  • Adams, M., Gleeson, K., Supramaniam, R., & Earnshaw, T. (2015). Engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in prostate cancer health care programs. Sydney: Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.
  • Clark, R. A., Fredericks, B., Buitendyk, N. J., Adams, M. J., Howie-Esquivel, J., Dracup, K. A., . . . Johnson, S. (2015). Development and feasibility testing of an education program to improve knowledge and self-care among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with heart failure. Rural and Remote Health, 15. http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/showarticlenew.asp?ArticleID=3231
  • Drew, N. (2015). Social and emotional wellbeing, natural helpers, critical health literacy and translational research: connecting the dots for positive health outcomes. Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6), 620-622.
  • Drew, N., & Burns, J. (2015). Working to deliver positive outcomes in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Transforming the Nation's Healthcare, 2015, 36-37.
  • Drew, N., & Wilks, J. (2015). Developing a culturally appropriate data quality framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education statistics: discussion paper. Sydney: Office of Learning and Teaching.
  • Fredericks, B., Lee, V., Adams, M., & Mahoney, R. (2015). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. In M. L. Fleming & E. Parker (Eds.), Introduction to Public Health (3rd ed., pp. 355-376). South Melbourne: Elsevier Australia.
  • Wilks,J., & Drew, N. (2015). Developing a culturally appropriate data quality framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education statistics: final report. Sydney: Office of Learning and Teaching.
2016
  • Adams, M. (2016). My journey through the academic mist. Torrens, ACT: Magpie Goose Publishing.
  • Adams, M., Drew, N., Elwell, M., Harford-Mills, M., Macrae, A., O'Hara, T., & Trzesinski, A. (2016). The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet your health workforce support resource. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 40(Jan/Dec 2016), 36-37.
  • Drew, N., Wilks, J., Wilson, K., Kennedy, G. (2016). Standing up to be counted: data quality challenges in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education statistics. Australian Aboriginal Studies: Journal of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, 2, 104-120.
2017
  • Adams, M., Mataira, P. J., Walker, S., Hart, M., Drew, N., & Fleay, J. J. (2017). Cultural identity and practices associated with the health and well-being of Indigenous males. ab-Original: Journal of Indigenous Studies and First Nations and First Peoples' Cultures, 1(1), 42-61.
  • Macniven, R., Elwell, M., Ride, K., Bauman, A., & Richards, J. (2017). A snapshot of physical activity programs targeting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, Online early (http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/HE16036).
 
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