CRCAHCooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (Australia)
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By January 2007, Mick Gooda, who was the CEO of the CRCAH at the time, arranged for the first author to be employed for six months.
And, we chuckle thinking that we soon became surrounded by bush "turkeys." They are the totem of the former CEO of the CRCAH, Mick Gooda.
focus on the health arena, the discussion of the rise of the Indigenous Research Reform Agenda (IRRA) through the CRCAH is illuminating for the rise of ethics in the social sciences more generally.
Increasingly, however, through the work of the CRCAH, NHMRC and the WAACHS discussed in the paper, the growing body of Indigenous research shows that culturally responsive and inclusive methodologies and approaches to research which engage Aboriginal people as active partners in the research can result in greater uptake of research findings and greater capacity and knowledge of Aboriginal communities about the relevance and value of the research.
Partners with AIATSIS include Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service, the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at The Australian National University (ANU), Telethon Institute of Child Health Research, Centre for Urban Mental Health, Black Dog Institute, Hunter Mental Health, National Drug Research Institute, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, and CRCAH. The grant will support understanding of the health of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offender population and models of health service delivery to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in prison.
CRCAH 2006, Welcome to the website of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, viewed 7 December 2006 <>.
The CRCAH's industry partners are Aboriginal health services, and government agencies with a key interest in Aboriginal health.
The CRCAH grew out of a previous incarnation as the CRC for Aboriginal and Tropical Health (CRCATH).
A series of publications known as the Links Monographs (CRCAH 2006) helped to synthesise and articulate 'a long and well documented history of reform proposals aimed at improving the usefulness of health research to Indigenous peoples'.
--1998b, Cultural education programs for service providers in Aboriginal health care, Indigenous Health and Education Program review paper, CRCAH, Darwin.
She presented the following papers: 'Using Indigenous concepts and practices in health promotion programs' at the IUHPE 18th World Conference, Melbourne, 29 April 2004; 'Culture in health research and practice' at the CRCAH Social Determinants Workshop, Adelaide, 5-6 July 2004; 'Factors which inhibit successful Indigenous participation in health service delivery in northern Australia' at the National SARRAH (Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health) Conference, Alice Springs, 27 August 2004.
CRCAH 2002 Application Form and Business Plan for a Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health: Submission to Cooperative Research Centre Program 2002 selection round, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Darwin.