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- Journal Articles
- Bainbridge R, Tsey K, Andrews R, McCalman J and (2013) A partnership approach to transitioning policy change in Aboriginal Australian communities. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 16 (1). pp. 55-75
- Bainbridge R, Tsey K, Brown C, McCalman J, Cadet-James Y, Margolis S and Ypinazar V (2013) Coming to an ethics of research practice in a remote Aboriginal Australian community. Contemporary Nurse, 46 (1). pp. 18-27
- Bainbridge R, Tsey K, Andrews R, McCalman J and Brown C (2013) Managing top-down change with bottom-up leadership: developing a community social and emotional wellbeing action framework in Aboriginal Australia. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 16 (2). pp. 2-20
- Tsey K, McCalman J, Bainbridge R and Brown C (2012) Strengthening organisational capacity to improve Indigenous Australian community governance: a two-way approach. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2 (2). pp. 162- 175
- Bainbridge R, McCalman J, Tsey K and Brown C (2011) Inside-out approaches to promoting Australian Aboriginal wellbeing: evidence from a decade of community-based participatory research. The International Journal of Health, Wellness & Society, 1 (2). pp. 13-28
- Brown C (2011) You get help and you give help: my role as an Aboriginal Family Wellbeing facilitator. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 35 (1). pp. 24-28
- Brown C (2010) What’s in it for me? My story of becoming a facilitator of an Aboriginal empowerment program. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 34 (5). pp. 12-15
- Other research outputs
- Tsey K, McCalman J, Bainbridge R and Brown C (2012) Improving Indigenous community governance through strengthening Indigenous and government organisational capacity. [monograph]
- Current Funding
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Lowitja Institute - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health CRC
Pathways to resilience: The role of cultural connectedness for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescents
- Indicative Funding
- $89,813 over 2 years
- Resilience, the capacity to negotiate and shape environments in which people can respond to life?s challenges in healthy meaningful ways, is key to flourishing in life. But there is an absence of evidence about how pathways to resilience are navigated by culturally diverse populations. With a specific focus on the cultural determinants, this research will explain how pathways to resilience are negotiated by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescents to sustain their health and wellbeing.
- Roxanne Bainbridge, Janya McCalman, Komla Tsey, Yvonne Cadet-James, Catherine Brown and Melody Muscat in collaboration with Mark Wenitong (Cairns Institute, College of Arts, Society & Education, Aust Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Centre, College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences and Apunipima Cape York Health Council)
- Indigenous Australians; Resilience; Adolescents; Wellbeing
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