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2013

Make a night, break a night: the experiences of Aboriginal youth around alcohol (2013)

Wilson M, Jones J

2012

Councillor R, Kirika C, Gadsdon M (2012)

Young kids exploring sexual activity.

Paper presented at the WA Sexual Health Forum 2012. 7-8 November 2012, Perth

Stevenson C, Watson C (2012)

Engaging young people in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.

Paper presented at the WA Sexual Health Forum 2012. 7-8 November 2012, Perth

Weatherburn D, Bargen J (2012)

Future directions for juvenile justice in NSW [video].

: New South Wales Bureau of Crime Statistics

2011

Crawford E (2011)

Aboriginal young people and crime.

Paper presented at the Aboriginal young people and crime. 7 February 2011, Sydney Institute of Criminology

Debus B (2011)

Speech notes for Institute of Criminology seminar, “Aboriginal young people and crime”.

Paper presented at the Aboriginal young people and crime. 7 February 2011, Sydney Institute of Criminology

Indig D, Vecchiato C (2011)

Social determinants of health, risk behaviours and mental health among Aboriginal juvenile detainees.

Paper presented at the Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health Conference. 5-6 May 2011, Doltone House, Sydney

Paulson A (2011)

Tirkandi Inaburra Cultural & Development Centre.

Paper presented at the Aboriginal young people and crime. 7 February 2011, Sydney Institute of Criminology

2010

Kulunga Research Network (2010)

Start stronger, live longer national Aboriginal health worker symposium 2010: symposium report.

Perth: Kulunga Research Network

The Start Stronger, Live Longer Symposium was held over two days in June 2010, Perth Western Australia. The primary objective of the symposium was to provide Aboriginal Health Workers and others with an opportunity to learn from and connect with experts in a range of Aboriginal health related areas.

Additional related objectives included;

  • Celebrate the strengths cof Aboriginal Health Workers and honour the work they do with Aboriginal children, families and communities on a daily basis;
  • Bring together a range of stakeholders from across Australia to share their knowledge, expertise and experiences;
  • Provide Aboriginal Health Workers with a unique experience to learn from and network with their colleagues;
  • To give Aboriginal Health Workers access to experts in research, policy and service provision and in doing so share their experiences and concerns.

The majority of participants considered the information presented would be very useful to their work and afforded a unique learning experience. The symposium proved to be a useful professional development and capacity building opportunity for Aboriginal Health Workers.

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Pope S (2010)

Beyondblue: the national depression initiative.

Paper presented at the Aboriginal Mental Health Workers Forum 2010. 13-14 October 2010, Orange Function Centre, NSW

Shine P (2010)

Aboriginal child adolescent and family mental health and wellbeing policy.

Paper presented at the Aboriginal Mental Health Workers Forum 2010. 13-14 October 2010, Orange Function Centre, NSW

Walker R (2010)

The YEP project: Youth Educating Peers: July 2009 – July 2011.

Paper presented at the STI and BBV Quarterly Forum. 8 September 2010, Perth, WA

Whitton NP, Young L (2010)

Aboriginal youth health access workshop program and mental health.

Paper presented at the Aboriginal Mental Health Workers Forum 2010. 13-14 October 2010, Orange Function Centre, NSW

Zines D (2010)

Community partnerships for young drivers and road safety education.

Paper presented at the Insurance Commission of Western Australia Road Safety Forum 2010. 6 September 2010, Perth

 
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