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Evaluation of the role and function of the PneuMum Study Indigenous Reference Group as a model for conducting research involving children in the Northern Territory

 

Overview

This project aimed to evaluate the function Indigenous Reference Group (IRG) which was a key component of the PneuMum study. The PneuMum study aimed to investigate the role of maternal pneumococcal vaccination as a strategy to combat middle ear infections in Indigenous Australian newborns.

This project aimed to evaluate the efficacy of the IRG and make recommendations for future models both for Menzies and the wider community.

A number of recommendations emerged from the evaluation. These included:

There were two potential future IRG models suggested with a recommendation that regional IRGs be established covering a range of research areas rather than individual IRGs for each study.

Abstract adapted from the Menzies School of Health Research

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Menzies School of Health Research
John Matthews Building
Royal Darwin Hospital Campus
PO Box 41096
Casuarina NT 0811
Ph: (08) 8922 8196
Fax: (08) 8927 5187
Email: info@menzies.edu.au

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Last updated: 29 October 2013
 
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