Researching Indigenous Health: A practical guide for researchers

Alison Frances Laycock, Diane Walker, Nea Harrison , Jenny Brands

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    Abstract

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research needs to be driven by priorities set by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, to be of practical use and to develop research capacity within the Indigenous community. The Lowitja Institute and its predecessor organisations have developed resources in response to a growing need in this area.
    The guide includes the history, context, values and change priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research in Australia and the planning and management of projects. It offers practical information, advice, strategies and success stories in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationMelbourne
    PublisherThe Lowitja Institute
    Number of pages279
    ISBN (Print)978–1–921889–03–5
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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    Laycock, A. F., Walker, D., Harrison , N., & Brands, J. (2011). Researching Indigenous Health: A practical guide for researchers. The Lowitja Institute.