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How’s Your Sugar? Evaluation of a Website for Aboriginal People With Diabetes

How’s Your Sugar? Evaluation of a Website for Aboriginal People With Diabetes

The median age at death for Aboriginal people is 24 years lower than that for non-Aboriginal Australians [3].

Karen Adams, Anna Liebzeit, Jennifer Browne, Petah Atkinson

JMIR Diabetes 2017;2(1):e6

Usage and Acceptability of the iBobbly App: Pilot Trial for Suicide Prevention in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth

Usage and Acceptability of the iBobbly App: Pilot Trial for Suicide Prevention in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth

This term — which may encompass shame, embarrassment, and a fear of judgement — is often used by young Indigenous people to describe how they are feeling:Young Aboriginal people have shame factor, so don’t have to talk to people, just use the app.

Joseph Tighe, Fiona Shand, Kathy McKay, Taylor-Jai Mcalister, Andrew Mackinnon, Helen Christensen

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(12):e14296

Considering the Impact of Social Media on Contemporary Improvement of Australian Aboriginal Health: Scoping Review

Considering the Impact of Social Media on Contemporary Improvement of Australian Aboriginal Health: Scoping Review

IntroductionThe need for evidence-based strategies to improve the health of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (hereafter referred to as Aboriginal) is essential to bridging the 10-year gap in life expectancy [1].

Troy Walker, Claire Palermo, Karen Klassen

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(1):e11573

Translating E-Mental Health Into Practice: What Are the Barriers and Enablers to E-Mental Health Implementation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Professionals?

Translating E-Mental Health Into Practice: What Are the Barriers and Enablers to E-Mental Health Implementation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Professionals?

This study focused on the experiences of a group of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals who were providing services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.Aboriginal Mental HealthThe extent of mental ill health and psychological

James Bennett-Levy, Judy Singer, Simon DuBois, Kelly Hyde

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(1):e1

A Web-Based Therapeutic Program (We Can Do This) for Reducing Methamphetamine Use and Increasing Help-Seeking Among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People: Protocol for a Randomized Wait-List Controlled Trial

A Web-Based Therapeutic Program (We Can Do This) for Reducing Methamphetamine Use and Increasing Help-Seeking Among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People: Protocol for a Randomized Wait-List Controlled Trial

The available evidence indicates that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians (hereafter, Aboriginal) use methamphetamine and experience harms at a higher rate than non-Indigenous Australians, with some of the highest recorded rates of use in regional

Rachel Reilly, Rebecca McKetin, Handan Wand, Julia Butt, Matthew Smout, Nadine Ezard, Katherine Conigrave, Yvonne Clark, Brendan Quinn, Carla Treloar, Dennis Gray, Adrian Dunlop, Yvette Roe, James Ward

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(7):e14084