Conferences and publications


A near perfect response - Australian Indigenous leadership and COVID-19 response and management (the first wave) 

Presented by Shawana Andrews at the Australia and Indonesia in Conversation - Managing Covid-19 and ‘Post’ Pandemic Challenges conference, 21 – 22 July 2021
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Supporting doctoral pathways for Indigenous people in health disciplines: Evaluating the initiatives of the Melbourne Poche Centre for Indigenous Health

Presented by Shawana Andrews and Odette Mazel at the 6th Annual Ngar-wu Wanyarra Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health conference, 13 October 2021

Journals, articles & media

ANDREWS, S., Hamilton, B. & Humphreys, C. (2021). A global silence - a critical interpretive synthesis of Aboriginal mothering through family and domestic violence. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work. Published online, 10 November 2021.

Chamberlain C, Clark Y, Atkinson C, Hampton A, Hokke S, ANDREWS, S. (2021) Healing the Past by Nurturing the Future: Aboriginal parents’ views of what helps support recovery from complex trauma. Primary Health Care Research and Development Special Issue: Indigenous Health and Wellbeing: targeted primary health care across the life course. 22, E47.

FERGUSON, K. (2021). Bringing an Aboriginal lens and ownership to health data. Pursuit. University of Melbourne. Published online, 18 November 2021.

Kingsley, J., MUNRO-HARRISON, E., Jenkins, A., & THORPE, A. (2021). Developing a framework identifying the outcomes, principles and enablers of ‘gathering places’: Perspectives from Aboriginal people in Victoria, Australia. Social Science & Medicine, 283, 114217.

LUKE J, THORPE A, Black C, Thorpe L, Thomas D, Eades S, Rowley K. (2021). Collaborative social-epidemiology: A co-analysis of the cultural and structural determinants of health for Aboriginal youth in Victorian schools. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 18: 8674.

Radley, A., Ryan, T., & DOWSE, K. (2021). Ganggali Garral Djuyalgu (Weaving Story): Indigenous language research, the insider–outsider experience and weaving Aboriginal ways of knowing, being, and doing into academia. WINHEC: International Journal of Indigenous Education Scholarship, (1).