Tag: Aboriginal

Aboriginal Australians are the various Indigenous peoples of the Australian mainland and many of its islands, such as Tasmania, Fraser Island, Hinchinbrook Island, the Tiwi Islands, and Groote Eylandt.


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Essay on Eye Health Issues in Aboriginals
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Introduction: The proper diagnosis, management and treatment of eye health problems for Aboriginal and Torres Islander people were affected by geographic remoteness, economic disadvantage and lack of transport. ... Last modified: 9th Apr 2021

Challenges to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dementia Sufferers
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Introduction: Dementia is an umbrella term for over 100 diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, affecting the memory, cognitive abilities and behaviour of an individual, impacting the person’s ability to maintain their day-to-day activities. ... Last modified: 24th Sep 2020

Tuberculosis in Aboriginal People
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Introduction: Introduction Tuberculosis is caused by a bacterial infection triggered by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, generally from the lungs, though it was also transmitted until lately through the intake of infect... Last modified: 17th Jun 2020

Developing Maternity Services for Aboriginal Communities
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Introduction: For the purpose of this essay, when referring to Aboriginals, this is inclusive of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Whilst many Aboriginal women experience healthy pregnancies, it ha... Last modified: 14th May 2020

Impact of Colonization on Aboriginals | Alcoholism
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Introduction: Introduction The native tribes of Canada include the Inuit, The Metis and the First Nations. The term ‘First Nations’ is widely used to describe Canadian Aborigines who fall in neither of the... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Alma Ata Declaration
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Introduction:         In 1978 the Alma Ata Declaration affirmed health as a human right with health being defined as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing. The Declaration proclaimed tha... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Social and Emotional Well Being
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Introduction: Social and Emotional Well Being Introduction Social and emotional well-being has been the area of interest for people belonging to different walks of life but still it remains the least researched ar... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Causes of Maori Health Inequalities and Policies for Change
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Introduction: Managing Organizational Equality and Diversity Introduction For the past years, there had been a debate about the congruity in health between Maoris and non-Maoris in the colonial history of New Zeal... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Analysis of Healthcare Models
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Introduction: The biomedical and social model for health The Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion VicHealth and VicHealth funded projects Many models of health exist thorough out the world. When a government or o... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Role of Traditional Medicine in Third World Countries
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Introduction: Overview According to the National Aboriginal Health Organisation (NAHO, 2003), the term ‘traditional’ was introduced by the British during the colonial era and often rejected by many ind... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Analysis of Australia's Mental Health Policy
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Introduction: Policy Analysis Sile Mpofu At some stage in their lives, Australians will be affected by some form of mental illness. Mental illness is very common in Australia and at least 3% of the population ex... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020