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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health

Book spotlight

Book spotlight

Book spotlight

Health care and Indigenous Australians
Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander nursing and midwifery care
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's healthcare
First people: eastern Kulin of Melbourne, Port Phillip and Central Victoria
Indigenous public health
Mabu Mabu: an Australian kitchen cookbook
The Routledge international handbook of Indigenous resilience
Our voices: Aboriginal social work
Dark Emu
The welcome to country handbook: a guide to Indigenous Australia
True tracks
Karrt, korrt, maara = head, heart, hands: the book of Noongar anatomy
First Knowledges Law
Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World
Cultural Safety in Trauma-Informed Practice from a First Nations Perspective
Growing up Aboriginal in Australia
Aboriginal Fields of Practice


Featured podcasts

The Deadly Physios
Hosted by Kamilaroi man and APA member Cameron Edwards

BLA.C.K Medicine 
Hosted by Bundjalung woman and gynaecology and obstetrics registrar Dr Mikayla Couch

Indigenous Health MedTalk
Hosted by GP Dr Danielle Arabena, a descendant of the Meriam Mer Clan groups

Ask the Specialist: a cultural education podcast
Hosted by Larrakia Elder Aunty Bilawara Lee, Tiwi Elder Pirrawayingi Puruntatameri and YolÅ‹u leader Rarrtjiwuy Melanie Herdman

Yarning Disability
Hosted by Bernard Namok Junior, a proud, St Paul’s, Erub, and Darnley Island man from the Torres Strait and an advocate for the First Peoples Disability Network