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Aboriginal health: An annotated bibliography by Neil Thomson

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1012 BAUME P (1981). Improving Aboriginal health? Australasian Nurses Journal 10(9):1-3. The Minister for Aboriginal Affairs mentions the major health problems faced by Aborigines, the programs presently under way to cope with these, and plans for more appropriate health care. 1013 RUD DOCK P (1981 ). Aboriginal health - despair or progress. Australasian Nurses Journal l O(9) :17-1 8 . National failure to bring about real improvements in Aboriginal health and the need for increased Aboriginal involvement in control, management, design, delivery and evolution of health care.

Aboriginal mortality as an index of Aboriginal health. In: Moodie PM Aboriginal health. Australian National University Press, Canberra: l 18-1 22. Discussion of the information Aboriginal modality statistics provide about Aboriginal health ecology. 0132 MOODIE PM (1973). Contact between Aborigines and the healthlmedical services. In: Moodie PM Aboriginal health. Australian National University Press, Canberra: 251-264. Effective delivery of health care depends on the community maintaining contact with the system.

Aboriginal Health Project Information Bulletin 4:8-11. Describes recent innovations in Aboriginal health care services in Victoria. 3305 DEVANESEN D (1983). Traditional art in the health worker training Aboriginal Health Worker 7(3):4-8. Sand drawings used in the training program help learning on both sides and provide a rich Aboriginal flavour to the program. 3306 DIXON P (1983). Training as an addiction worker. Aboriginal Health Worker 7(2):26-31. Recalls the author's life before, during and after her training as an addiction worker; emphasises her growth in confidence.

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