The Resource Papers presented at the National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines, held at Monash University, 14-17 May 1972

Papers presented at the National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines, held at Monash University, 14-17 May 1972

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Papers presented at the National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines, held at Monash University, 14-17 May 1972
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Papers presented at the National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines, held at Monash University, 14-17 May 1972
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Seminar organised by Centre for Research into Aboriginal Affairs; Includes 1) P.G.E. Albrecht The social and psychological reasons for the alcohol problem among Aborigines and the implications this has for the introduction of alcohol into an Aboriginal community; 2) M.S. Bain - Alcohol use and traditional social control in transitional Aboriginal society; 3) G.P. Bowler - Some problems facing an administrator in improving health services for Aborigines; 4) G.Briscoe - Towards a health programme for Aborigines; 5) T. Brown - Dental decay in Aborigines; 6) J.K. Burden - A report on the acceptability of contraception to Australian Aboriginal women in areas north and west of Port Augusta; 6A) J.K. Burden - A report on the acceptability of contraception to Australia Aboriginal women in the north west region of South Australia; 7) J.E. Cawte and M. Kamien - A method for the delivery of health and mental health in a small Aboriginal population using the doctor as a social change agent; 8) R.E. Coolican - The role of the general practitioner in the health team; 9) J. Deeble - Financing health services; the needs of low-income families; 10) J.H. Downing - Health education across cultural barriers; 14) D.K. Kirke - Disease in a traditionally oriented community; 15) W.A. Langsford - Delivery of health and medical care to Aborigines in the Northern Territory; 16) J. Lester - Communication between Australian Aborigines and Australian whites; 17) J.N. Lickiss - Australian Aborigines; sociocultural factors in the urban situation; 19) P. McPherson - The role of the public health nurse; 20) P.M. Moodie Disease in a part-Aboriginal community; 24) S.A. Department of Public Health - Health services; availability and adequacy of existing services; 25) J.E. Stuart - Aboriginal attitudes to family planning methods; 28) W.A. Department of Public Health - Health services; availability and adequacy of existing services; 29) D.J. Wilson - Training health workers for future programmes; Final recommendations; papers published under the title 'Better health for Aborigines', some under a slightly different title. Published papers have been annotated separately
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1972
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National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines
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Monash University
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Papers presented at the National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines, held at Monash University, 14-17 May 1972
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  • Papers, some with variant titles to the originals, published in National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines
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M0062835
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0.27 metres (2 boxes)
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Open access - reading. Open copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Deposited by Colin Tatz;
  • Second copies of no. 1,3-6a, 7-25, 38-29 donated by ATSIC
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8168
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0087593
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Papers presented at the National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines, held at Monash University, 14-17 May 1972
Publication
Note
  • Papers, some with variant titles to the originals, published in National Seminar on Health Service for Aborigines
  • Processed
Control code
M0062835
Extent
0.27 metres (2 boxes)
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Deposited by Colin Tatz;
  • Second copies of no. 1,3-6a, 7-25, 38-29 donated by ATSIC
Stock number
8168
System control number
0087593

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