This section provides details and links for programs and projects that address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' health in urban areas.
The programs, projects and lessons learned have been rated to the left. The items are listed by title, but you can also select to list them by reach, focus, start date and end date.
Details and links (where available) relating to relevant programs, projects and lessons learned are collected here.
When you click on one of the headings of the table, the list will be sorted according to that heading. For more information about the program, click on the title.
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|Bundap marram durn-durn||VIC|
|Drinking in the suburbs: the experiences of Aboriginal young people||WA|
|Foodbank WA school breakfast program||WA|
|Get real experience and try (GREaT) nursing and midwifery program||WA|
|Medical outreach Indigenous chronic disease program (MOICDP) Western Australia||WA|
|Mirambeena day care||WA|
|Moort boodjari mia||WA|
|Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place: Elder's network||VIC|
|Northern Territory medicare local immunisation program||NT|
|Our community, our cancer (Derbarl Yerrigan cancer support group)||WA|
|PEPISU women and children's program||WA|
|Policing implications of petrol sniffing and other inhalant misuse in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' communities||National|
|Queensland Aboriginal and Islander population health hub primary prevention project||QLD|
|Queensland injecting drug survey (QuIDS)||QLD|
|Quitline Aboriginal Liaison Team (QALT) community engagement project||WA|
|Safe Koori kids: community based approaches to Indigenous injury prevention||NSW|
|Sexual health: urban Indigenous young people project||QLD|
|Study of environment on Aboriginal resilience and child health (SEARCH)||NSW|
|The DRUID follow up survey: diabetes and related disorders in urban Indigenous people in the Darwin region||NT|
|The Ministerial Council for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Indigenous population project||National|
|Watchful waiting for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children with acute otitis media (WATCH) trial||NSW|