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Aboriginal Health Journals

Aboriginal Health Journals



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Key Online Resources

  • Provides evidence to inform practice and policy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health.
  • Search categories for health facts, health topics, determinants, health system, population groups and locations.
  • Cultural Safety for Health Professionals Portal


  • Standard treatment manual.
  • Women's business manual.
  • Remote and rural practice manual.
  • Medicines book.
  • The reference book.


  • National Community Controlled Health Organisation.
  • Advice and guidance on policy and budget.
  • Advocates community developed solutions for quality of life and health outcomes.


  • Population data.
  • National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey.
  • Housing statistics.
  • Language statistics.
  • Education statistics. 


  • View data and reports relating to Aboriginal Australians. 
  • Usage of Indigenous-specific primary health care services.
  • Chronic disease management indicators.
  • Data on ear and hearing health programs and oral health programs.
  • Maternal and child health indicators and much more...
  • Lowitja Institute is Australia’s national institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research.
  • Search current and previous research projects.
  • Ethics information for conducting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research.
  • The national institution providing exclusive focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and heritage.

Key Databases for Aboriginal Health

About CommDoc

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

Ask the Specialist

Ask the specialist is a cultural education podcast which answers doctors' questions about working with Aboriginal patients at Top End hospitals

View all seven episodes via Open Spotify