Aboriginal Primary Health Care: An Evidence-Based Approach

Paperback | January 20, 2008

bySophia Couzos, Richard Murray

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The third edition of Aboriginal Primary Health Care is an invaluable advocacy tool for students and practitioners of medicine and aboriginal health. Using a primary care approach, it aims to help general practitioners, nurses and aboriginal health workers to manage the important healthproblems faced by aboriginal people in the community.

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The third edition of Aboriginal Primary Health Care is an invaluable advocacy tool for students and practitioners of medicine and aboriginal health. Using a primary care approach, it aims to help general practitioners, nurses and aboriginal health workers to manage the important healthproblems faced by aboriginal people in the communit...

Sophia Couzos is a Public Health Officer for the National Aboriginal Controlled Health Organisation in Australia. Richard Murray is Medical Director at the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council in Australia.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:928 pages, 9.65 × 6.69 × 1.3 inPublished:January 20, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195551389

ISBN - 13:9780195551389

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. Aboriginal Health and History2. Health, Human Rights and the Policy Process3. Health Status4. Organising Prevention5. The Well Person's Health Check6. Pregnancy Care7. Failure to Thrive8. Ear Health9. Respiratory Infection (including Bronchiectasis)10. Asthma11. Skin Infections12. Rheumatic Fever13. Coronary Heart Disease14. Diabetes15. Chronic Kidney Disease16. Sexually Transmitted Infections17. Tuberculosis18. Trachoma19. Leprosy20. Substance Misuse21. Suicide and Self Harm22. Custodial Health23. Research, Evaluation and Aboriginal Primary Health Care