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Aboriginal families study - Closing the gap in Indigenous maternal and child health outcomes

 

Overview

The Aboriginal families study is a research study that has been developed in collaboration with the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia based on state-wide consultations with Aboriginal communities and policy makers in South Australia.

The study aims to collect population level data documenting:

The purpose of collecting this information and conducting the study is to inform development of maternity and postnatal services for Aboriginal women and families in South Australia.

Murdoch Children's Research Institute abstract

Contacts

Aboriginal families study
Healthy Mothers Healthy Families Research Group
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
PO Box 911
Parkville VIC 3052

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Last updated: 16 October 2013
 
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