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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Mental health in remote Indigenous communities

 

Overview

The aim of this research project is to work with diverse remote communities and service providers to:

The researchers will work with a number of communities and services during this research project.

Contacts

Professor Bernard Guerin
School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
University of South Australia
Ph: (08) 8302 4435
Fax: (08) 8302 4729
Email: Bernard.Guerin@UniSA.edu.au
Email: Pauline.Guerin@flinders.edu.au
Email: Deirdre.Tedmanson@unisa.edu.au
Email: Yvonne.Clark@adelaide.edu.au

Related publications

Guerin P, Guerin B, Tedmanson D, Clark Y (2011)

How can country, spirituality, music and arts contribute to Indigenous mental health and wellbeing?.

Australasian Psychiatry; 19(Supplement 1): S38-S41

Guerin B, Guerin P (2012)

Re-thinking mental health for Indigenous Australian communities: communities as context for mental health.

Community Development Journal; 47(4): 555-570

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Last updated: 8 August 2013
 
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