The following resources are available for download as part of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Patient Quality Improvement Toolkit for Hospital Staff.
- The Oxfam Australia 2006 Commonwealth Games briefing paper: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, the Australian situation is in contrast to improvements made in the health status of indigenous people living in other Commonwealth countries such as Canada and New Zealand.
- The Cultural Respect Framework: a guiding principle for jurisdictions and healthcare organisations in the development of policy and healthcare services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
- Improving the Culture of Hospitals short course workbook 1: Manage quality of organisation’s service delivery outcomes.
- Improving the Culture of Hospitals short course workbook 2: Develop and implement policy
Improving the Patient Journey: A study that examined cardiac care for remote indigenous patients coming to a major tertiary hospital.
National Report Card on Hospital Care Provided to Indigenous Patients with Coronary Heart Disease in Australia: an article highlighting statistcis of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients admitted to hospital for coronary heart disease.
They get a bit funny about going: an article regaring a 2004 project conducted across Australia to investigate the experiences of people travelling to city hospitals from rural and remote areas and to improve their health outcomes.
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