Aboriginal Health Books
Remote Primary Health Care Manuals
The Remote Primary Health Care Manuals support and promote good clinical practice in primary health care in remote health across central, northern, and remote Australia. These great resources are available to all, in hardcopy and online.
Aboriginal Language Books
New books - click on the titles above to reserve your copy.
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Aboriginal Health Journals
Evaluate the research with The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Quality Appraisal Tool and the Quality Appraisal Tool Companion Document, which offers guidance on how to interpret the tool when critically appraising articles.
» Read the latest published literature by NT Health staff on Indigenous Health. Articles provide an insight into chronic disease, clinical practice and long term care of First Nations People in the Territory.
Key Online Resources
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Looking from a new perspective to create a brighter future
This DVD has been designed to try and help health services staff understand Aboriginal people better, to give a brief insight into their culture, and to hopefully help break down cultural barriers. By seeing through the eyes of an Aboriginal patient within our hospital system, it can help us better understand their needs and improve our methods of communication and in turn our service delivery. click links below to watch video.
Explore the Library's collection of DVDs relating to Aboriginal Health. See list of DVDs available for loan.
CommDoc is a language tool developed for GP Registrars and other health professionals working in communities across the Northern Territory, to culturally enhance interactions with Aboriginal patients.
For more information about the CommDoc app, including a list of languages covered, go to http://ntgpe.org/commdoc/
Yolnu-matha Health Dictionary
This multilingual dictionary contains clearly explained, basic information on anatomy, pathologies and procedures in Plain English, and the Yolŋu languages, Dhuwal, Dhuwala and Dhaŋu. The app is free and contains easy-to-navigate content in audio, text and picture form.