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Our core funding only enables us to address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health nationally, and does not allow us to comprehensively consolidate this information at state, territory or regional level. Information relating to Indigenous health in South Australia has been collected as a part of our national focus.


Banham D, Roder D, Keefe D, Farshid G, Eckert M, Cargo M, Brown A (2017)

Disparities in cancer stage at diagnosis and survival of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal South Australians.

Cancer Epidemiology; 48: 131-139

Brown S, Stuart-Butler D, Leane C, Ah Kit J, Glover K, Mitchell A, Weetra D, Gartland D (2017)

Aboriginal Family Birthing Program in South Australia: making a difference to breastfeeding of Aboriginal infants? [conference abstract].

Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; 53(S2): 14

Brown S (2017)

Update from the Purple House.

: The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker

Clapham K, Hunter K, Cullen P, Helps Y, Senserrick T, Byrne J, James EHarrison JE, Ivers RQ (2017)

Addressing the barriers to driver licensing for Aboriginal people in New South Wales and South Australia.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 41(3): 280-286

Grant E, Zillante G, Srivastava A, Tually S, Chong A (2017)

Housing and Indigenous disability: lived experiences of housing and community infrastructure.

Melbourne: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

This study investigated the interconnections between housing, community infrastructure and quality of life for Indigenous people living with disability. It incorporated three case studies from Yalata and Point Pearce in South Australia and Greater Geelong in Victoria that revealed poor health and disability are major issues facing the Indigenous populations in these areas. The research highlights the need for specialist facilities for Indigenous people with disability designed and built in consultation with the local community and stakeholders, and that the National Disability Insurance Scheme understand and account for the challenges facing Indigenous people with disability.

Abstract from Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

Ju X, Brennan D, Parker E, Mills H, Kapellas K, Jamieson L (2017)

Efficacy of an oral health literacy intervention among Indigenous Australian adults.

Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology; 45(5): 413-426

Kirkham R, Rumbold A, Hoon E, Stuart-Butler D, Moore V (2017)

Emotional labour and Aboriginal maternal infant care workers: the invisible load.

Women and Birth; In press(

Nelson C (2017)

Aboriginal Oral Health Program: the role of allied health workers in oral health promotion.

The Chronicle; 30(3): 21-22

Plueckhahn T, Bierbaum M, McNamara C, Ramsey I, Corsini N (2017)

Challenges to uptake of cancer education resources by rural Aboriginal Health Workers: the Cancer Healing Messages flipchart experience.

Paper presented at the 13th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. 2-5 May 2017, Melbourne

SA Health (2017)

SA Rheumatic Heart Disease Control Program: annual report 2016.

Adelaide: Government of South Australia

Smithers LG, Lynch J, Hedges J, Jamieson LM (2017)

Diet and anthropometry at 2 years of age following an oral health promotion programme for Australian Aboriginal children and their carers: a randomised controlled trial.

British Journal of Nutrition; First view(

Whellum P (2017)

Missed opportunities for culturally appropriate imprisonment of APY offenders: the cross border justice act 2009 (SA).

Indigenous Law Bulletin; 8(28): 20-23

Zubrzycki J, Shipp R, Jones V (2017)

Knowing, being, and doing: Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal collaboration in cancer services.

Qualitative Health Research; Online First( 1-14


Amaranti T (2016)

Plain language review of volatile substance use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Perth: Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

This review is a plain language version of the Review of volatile substance use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (2016). It provides key information on the use of volatile substances (petrol, paint, glue and other substances), among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia. Technical terms are explained and information is provided in an easy to understand format, with additional graphs and images to illustrate data. This plain language review provides background information on volatile substance use in Australia as well as information that has specific relevance to the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people including:

  • effects on health from using volatile substances
  • how many people use volatile substances
  • social and financial costs from volatile substance use
  • how to reduce volatile substance use.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Beckmann KR, Bennett A, Young GP, Cole SR, Joshi R, Adams J, Singhal N, Karapetis C, Wattchow D, Roder D (2016)

Sociodemographic disparities in survival from colorectal cancer in South Australia: a population-wide data linkage study.

BMC Health Services Research; 16: 24

Retrieved from

Brown A, Keech W, McBride K, Kelly J, Stewart S, Dowling A (2016)

South Australian Aboriginal heart and stroke plan 2017-2021.

Adelaide: South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute

Brown AE, Fereday JA, Middleton PF, Pincombe JI (2016)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's experiences accessing standard hospital care for birth in South Australia – a phenomenological study.

Women and Birth; In press(

Brown S, Glover K, Weetra D, Ah Kit J, Stuart-Butler D, Leane C, Turner M, Gartland D, Yelland J (2016)

Improving access to antenatal care for Aboriginal women in South Australia: evidence from a population-based study.

Birth; 43(2): 134-143

Brown SJ, Mensah FK, Ah Kit J, Stuart-Butler D, Glover K, Leane C, Weetra D, Gartland D, Newbury J, Yelland J (2016)

Improving the health of Aboriginal babies.

Melbourne: Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

This policy brief is the fourth in a series produced by the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute to summarise findings from the Aboriginal Families Study. The Aboriginal Families Study is a population-based study investigating the views and experiences of mothers having an Aboriginal baby in South Australia between July 2011 and June 2013.

The policy brief highlights the potential for stressful events and social health issues to: affect the health of newborn babies, and increase the likelihood of mothers using cannabis during pregnancy. It also discusses the implications for health services and health policy.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Closing the Gap: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health (2016)

Country SA PHN

Program information: Closing the Gap: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander chronic disease program (2016)

Country SA PHN

Ha DH, Xiangqun J, Cecilia MG, Jason A, Do LG, Jamieson LM (2016)

Social inequality in dental caries and changes over time among Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian children.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 40(6): 542-547

Hendrickx D, Stephen A, Lehmann D, Silva D, Boelaert M, Carapetis J, Walker R (2016)

A systematic review of the evidence that swimming pools improve health and wellbeing in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 40(1): 30-36

Ivers RQ, Hunter K, Clapham K, Helps Y, Senserrick T, Byrne J, Martiniuk A, Daniels J, Harrison JE (2016)

Driver licensing: descriptive epidemiology of a social determinant of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view(

Jamieson L, Bradshaw J, Lawrence H, Broughton J, Venner K (2016)

Fidelity of motivational interviewing in an early childhood caries intervention involving Indigenous Australian mothers.

Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved; 27(1 Supplement): 125-138

Jones K, Brennan DS, Parker EJ, Mills H, Jamieson L (2016)

Does self-efficacy mediate the effect of oral health literacy on self-rated oral health in an Indigenous population?.

Journal of Public Health Dentistry; Early view(

Keech W, McBride K, Stewart H, Kelly J, Brown A (2016)

South Australia's evidence-based response to better cardiac care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Heart, Lung and Circulation; 25(Supplement 2): S315

Kelly J, McBride K, Kite E, Tavella R, Astley C, Rischbieth A, Brown A, Keech W (2016)

The experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people hospitalised for an acute cardiac event in Australia.

Heart, Lung and Circulation; 25(Supplement 2): S316

Kelly J, Wilden C, Chamney M, Martin G, Herman K, Russell C (2016)

Improving cultural and clinical competency and safety of renal nurse education.

Renal Society of Australasia Journal; 12(3): 106-112

Kelly J, Wilden C, Herman K, Martin G, Russell C, Brown S (2016)

Bottling knowledge and sharing it - using patient journey mapping to build evidence and improve Aboriginal renal patient care.

Renal Society of Australasia Journal; 12(2): 48-55

Lalloo R, Jamieson LM, Ha D, Luzzi L (2016)

Inequalities in tooth decay in Australian children by neighbourhood characteristics and Indigenous status.

Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved; 27(1 Supplement): 161-177

Parker EJ, Mills H, Spencer AJ, Mejia GC, Roberts-Thomson KF, Jamieson LM (2016)

Oral health impact among rural-dwelling Indigenous adults in South Australia.

Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved; 27(1): 207-219

Roe YL, Esterman A, McDermott R, Zeitz C (2016)

The management of Indigenous patients presenting with non ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome in South Australia: a retrospective cohort study.

Internal Medicine Journal; 46(2): 202-213

SA Health (2016)

SA Rheumatic Heart Disease Control Program: annual report 2015.

Adelaide: Government of South Australia

Sarre R, Putt J (2016)

The Australian Cross-border Justice Scheme: an evaluation of a unique policing experiment.

Police Practice and Research; 17(2): 126-135

South Australia Cancer Service (2016)

South Australian Aboriginal cancer control plan 2016-2021: translating knowledge into action to improve the lives of Aboriginal people affected by cancer.

Adelaide: Country SA PHN

Tavella R, McBride K, Keech W, Kelly J, Rischbieth A, Zeitz C, Beltrame JF, Tideman PA, Brown A (2016)

Disparities in acute in-hospital cardiovascular care for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal South Australians.

Medical Journal of Australia; 205(5): 222-227

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker (2016)

Paper Tracker radio show - kidney health.

: The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker

The Kirby Institute (2016)

2015 Australian trachoma surveillance preliminary report.

Sydney: The Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales

This preliminary report of the National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit (NTSRU) provides information on trachoma screening coverage, trachoma prevalence and clean face prevalence in Australia in 2015. Trachoma prevalence is recorded for children aged 5-9 in at-risk communities.

This report was prepared for the annual meeting of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Alliance for the Global Elimination of Trachoma by 2020 in April 2016.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Weetra D, Glover K, Buckskin M, Ah Kit J, Leane C, Mitchell A, Stuart-Butler D, Turner M, Yelland J, Gartland D, Brown SJ (2016)

Stressful events, social health issues and psychological distress in Aboriginal women having a baby in South Australia: implications for antenatal care.

BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth; 16: 88

Retrieved 26 April 2016 from

Yelland J, Weetra D, Stuart-Butler D, Deverix J, Leane C, Ah Kit J, Glover K, Gartland D, Newbury J, Brown S (2016)

Primary health care for Aboriginal women and children in the year after birth: findings from a population-based study in South Australia.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view(

Yerrell PH, Roder D, Cargo M, Reilly R, Banham D, Micklem JM, Morey K, Stewart HB, Stajic J, Norris M, Brown A (2016)

Cancer Data and Aboriginal Disparities (CanDAD) - developing an Advanced Cancer Data System for Aboriginal people in South Australia: a mixed methods research protocol.

BMJ Open; 6(12): e012505

Retrieved 23 December 2016 from


Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2015)

Australian Burden of Disease Study: fatal burden of disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 2010.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

This report presents estimates of fatal burden for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians for 2010 produced as part of the Indigenous component of the Australian burden of disease study.

Fatal burden is measured in years of life lost, which is the sum of the number of years of life lost due to premature death from disease and injury. Fatal burden estimates presented in this report are described for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population for broad disease groups, by age and sex. Estimates of the 'gap' in fatal burden between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians are also reported, together with selected sub-national estimates (selected states and territories, remoteness and socioeconomic disadvantage).

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare will release a more comprehensive report on the burden of disease for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in 2016. It will update and extend this report with 2011 estimates of fatal and non-fatal burden for more specific causes, as well as the burden attributable to selected risk factors.

Abstract adapted from Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Avery JC, Taylor AW, Dal Grande E (2015)

Measuring BMI in an Aboriginal population survey: who are the non-responders?.

Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin; 15(3)

Retrieved 17 August 2015 from

Brown SJ, Weetra D, Glover K, Buckskin M, Ah Kit J, Leane C, Mitchell A, Stuart-Butler D, Turner M, Gartland D, Yelland J (2015)

Improving Aboriginal women's experiences of antenatal care: findings from the Aboriginal Families Study in South Australia.

Birth; 42(1): 27-37

Cowling CS, Liu BC, Snelling TL, Ward JS, Kaldor JM, Wilson DP (2015)

National trachoma surveillance annual report, 2012.

Canberra: National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System

Earl C, Ogle G, McArthur E (2015)

Justice or an unjust system? Aboriginal over-representation in South Australia's juvenile justice system.

Adelaide: South Australian Council of Social Service

Ekinci EI, Hughes JT, Chatfield MD, Lawton PD, Jones GRD, Ellis AG, Cass A, Thomas M, MacIsaac RJ, O'Dea K, Jerums G, Maple-Brown LJ (2015)

Hyperfiltration in Indigenous Australians with and without diabetes.

Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation; 30(11): 1877-1884

Ha DH, Lalloo R, Jamieson LM, Giang L (2015)

Trends in caries experience and associated contextual factors among indigenous children.

Journal of Public Health Dentistry; Early view(

Hamacher DW (2015)

Identifying seasonal stars in Kaurna astronomical traditions.

Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage; 18(1): 39-52

Kelly J, Dwyer J, Pekarsky B, Mackean T, Willis E, de Crespigny C, Perkins S, O’Donnell K, King R, Mackean L, Brown A, Lawrence M, Dixon K (2015)

Managing Two Worlds Together: stage 3: improving Aboriginal patient journeys - study report.

Melbourne: The Lowitja Institute

This study report summarises the activities, findings and challenges of the Improving Aboriginal patient journeys (IAPJ) study, which was stage three of the Managing two worlds together project. The aim of the IAPJ study was to develop, refine and evaluate a set of Aboriginal patient journey mapping tools for use in quality improvement and education. A collaborative approach to knowledge exchange was used, with the research team working with staff and managers from a range of health settings in South Australia and the Northern Territory. Together they explored how the tools could be adapted and used to make real improvements in communication, coordination and collaboration within and across a diverse range of patient journeys. The study focused on improving the health care journey for Aboriginal people as they travelled from home to hospital to home across numerous geographical and health care sites.

The Aboriginal patient journey mapping tools described in this report were used:

  • to understand and identify the complexity of the patient journey
  • to make the complex patient journeys visible
  • to organise the journey for analysis and response
  • to highlight the critical steps, gaps and responses, thus providing a focus for targeted action by health care providers.

Abstract adapted from authors

Lee A, Rainow S, Tregenza J, Tregenza L, Balmer L, Bryce S, Paddy M, Sheard J, Schomburgk D (2015)

Nutrition in remote Aboriginal communities: lessons from Mai Wiru and the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 40(S1): S81–S88

Marin T, Taylor AW, Grande ED, Avery J, Tucker G, Morey K (2015)

Culturally appropriate methodology in obtaining a representative sample of South Australian Aboriginal adults for a cross-sectional population health study: challenges and resolutions.

BMC Research Notes; 8: 200

Retrieved 19 May 2015 from

Newham J, Schierhout G, Bailie R, Ward PR (2015)

'There’s only one enabler; come up, help us': staff perspectives of barriers and enablers to continuous quality improvement in Aboriginal primary health-care settings in South Australia.

Australian Journal of Primary Health; Online Early(

Piggott E (2015)

Caution versus conference referral: a comparison of police diversion in reducing re-contact by first-time Indigenous juvenile offenders in South Australia.

Adelaide: South Australian Office of Crime Statistics and Research

Sparrow K, Sanchez L, Turner D, MacFarlane P, Carney AS (2015)

Do tissue spears used to clear ear canal pus improve hearing? A case series study of hearing in remote Australian Aboriginal children with chronic suppurative otitis media before and after dry mopping with tissue spears.

Journal of Laryngology and Otology; FirstView(

The Kirby Institute (2015)

Australian trachoma surveillance report 2014.

Sydney: The Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales

This annual report provides data on active trachoma in Australia in 2014. Trachoma screening and management data provided by the Northern Territory (NT), South Australia (SA), Western Australia (WA) and New South Wales (NSW) are analysed by region. Results are reported for:

  • trachoma program coverage
  • screening coverage
  • clean face prevalence
  • trachoma prevalence
  • treatment delivery and coverage
  • trichiasis
  • health promotion activities.

Jurisdictions identified 160 remote Aboriginal communities as being at risk or potentially at risk of endemic trachoma. Since 2012, the number of 'at risk' communities has decreased marginally in the NT, and decreased substantially in SA and WA.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Tomita Y, Karapetis CS, Roder D, Beeke C, Hocking C, Roy AC, Townsend AR, Padbury R, Maddern G, Price TJ (2015)

Comparable survival outcome of metastatic colorectal cancer in Indigenous and non-Indigenous patients: retrospective analysis of the South Australian metastatic colorectal cancer registry.

Australian Journal of Rural Health; 24(2): 85–91

Ward PR, Coffey C, Meyer S (2015)

Trust, choice and obligation: a qualitative study of enablers of colorectal cancer screening in South Australia.

Sociology of Health & Illness; Early view(

Waste Aid (2015)

Cardboard baling and return transport logistics for packaging in the remote APY Lands, SA.

Sydney: Waste Aid

Waste Aid (2015)

Case study: Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (The APY Lands).

Sydney: Waste Aid

Wilson AM, Mehta K, Miller J, Yaxley A, Thomas J, Jackson K, Wray A, Miller MD (2015)

Review of Indigenous health curriculum in nutrition and dietetics at one Australian university: an action research study.

The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education; 44(1): 106-120

Zero Waste SA (2015)

South Australia’s Waste Strategy 2015-2020.

Adelaide: Office of Green Industries SA


Baghurst P, Robson S, Antoniou G, Scheil W, Bryce R (2014)

The association between increasing maternal age at first birth and decreased rates of spontaneous vaginal birth in South Australia from 1991 to 2009.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 54(3): 237–243

Behrendt L(ed) (2014)

Journal of Indigenous Policy: What works - and why the budget measures don't.

Journal of Indigenous Policy; (16):

Clarke MF, Rasiah K, Copland J, Watson M, Koehler AP, Dowling K, Marshall HS (2014)

The pertussis epidemic: informing strategies for prevention of severe disease.

Epidemiology and Infection; 141(3): 463-471

Collins TE, Ottens R, Ballantyne KN, Nagle N, Henry J, Taylor D, Gardner MG, Fitch AJ, Goodman A, van Oorschot RA, Mitchell RJ, Linacre A (2014)

Characterisation of novel and rare Y-chromosome short tandem repeat alleles in self-declared South Australian Aboriginal database.

International Journal of Legal Medicine; 128(1): 27-31

Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services (2014)

Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services final biannual report January 2014.

Canberra: Office of the Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services

Delany T, Harris P, Williams C, Harris E, Baum F, Lawless A, Wildgoose D, Haigh F, MacDougall C, Broderick D, Kickbusch I (2014)

Health impact assessment in New South Wales & health in all policies in South Australia: differences, similarities and connections.

BMC Public Health; 14: 699

Retrieved 9 July 2014 from

A brief history of the laws, policies and practices in South Australia that led to the removal of many Aboriginal children (2014)

Hall A

Harrod ME, Couzos S, Delaney-Thiele D, Dore GJ, Hammond B, Saunders M, Belfrage M, Williams S, Kaldor JM, Ward J (2014)

Markers of hepatitis B infection and immunity in patients attending Aboriginal community controlled health services.

Medical Journal of Australia; 201(6): 339-342

Health Performance Council (2014)

State of our health Aboriginal population compendium: data volume.

Adelaide: Health Performance Council

Hodyl NA, Grzeskowiak LE, Stark MJ, Scheil W, Clifton VL (2014)

The impact of Aboriginal status, cigarette smoking and smoking cessation on perinatal outcomes in South Australia.

Medical Journal of Australia; 201(5): 274-278

Jones K, Parker EJ, Jamieson LM (2014)

Access, literacy and behavioural correlates of poor self-rated oral health amongst an Indigenous South Australian population.

Community Dental Health; 31(3): 167-171

Katz I, Bates S (2014)

Voluntary income management in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands.

Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW

Keech W, Tavella R, Brown K, Zeitz C, Beltrame J, Brown A (2014)

Investigating the extent and explanations of in-hospital disparities experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people admitted for acute coronary syndrome in South Australia.

Global Heart; 9(1 Supplement): e2

Micklem JM (2014)

Health-related quality of life after head and neck cancer: Aboriginal patients' experiences in South and Central Australia.

Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Adelaide: Adelalaide

Posselt M, Galletly C, de Crespigny C, Cairney I, Moss J, Liu D, Francis H, Kelly J, Procter N, Banders A (2014)

Ethics overload: impact of excessive ethical review on comorbidity research.

Mental Health and Substance Use; 7(3): 184-194

Sawyer MG, Pfeiffer S, Sawyer A, Bowering K, Jeffs D, Lynch J (2014)

Effectiveness of nurse home visiting for families in rural South Australia.

Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; 50(12): 1013–1022

Senior K, Helmer J, Chenhall R, Burbank V (2014)

'Young clean and safe?' Young people's perceptions of risk from sexually transmitted infections in regional, rural and remote Australia.

Culture, Health & Sexuality; 16(4): 453-466

Sharplin G, Bannister S, Eckert M, Roder D, Wilson B (2014)

A South Australian cancer atlas shows important variations in cancer risk and outcomes, but can better use be made of Australian data to support the work of cancer councils?.

Cancer Forum; 38(2): 143-149

The Kirby Institute (2014)

Australian trachoma surveillance report 2013.

Sydney: The Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales

Thomas K, Ellis B, Kirkham R, Parry L (2014)

Remote Indigenous students: raising their aspirations and awareness of tertiary pathways.

Australian and International Journal of Rural Education; 24(2): 24-35

Ward PR, Coffey C, Javanparast S, Wilson C, Meyer SB (2014)

Institutional (mis)trust in colorectal cancer screening: a qualitative study with Greek, Iranian, Anglo-Australian and Indigenous groups.

Health Expectations; Early view(

Warhaft G (2014)

A travellin’ man.

Of Substance; 12(1): 22-23

This publication contains an article on the Makin' tracks outreach program which focuses on Aboriginal communities across South Australia as well as the Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia.

The article focuses on Jimmy Perry, one of two project officers, who has been with the program for over 11 years. He discloses the challenges as well as the positive results which have come out of the program's implementation across Australia.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Last updated: 6 February 2018
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