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Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation - Research Grant

The extent, cause and direct healthcare costs of non-fatal deliberate self-harm in Far North Queensland

Indicative Funding
$5,000
Summary
This project aims to perform a retrospective epidemiological analysis of hospital-treated self-harm episodes to determine the incidence, prevalence, characteristics and healthcare costs of self-harm in Far North Queensland.
Investigators
Christopher Rouen, Caryn West, Daniel Lindsay and Natalie Conley (College of Healthcare Sciences, College of Public Health and Medical & Vet Sciences)
Keywords
Deliberate self-harm; Mental Health

Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation - Research Grant

Primary healthcare injury surveillance in remote Indigenous communities

Indicative Funding
$24,960
Summary
A clinical file audit will determine the nature, cause and extent of alcohol-related injuries in three remote Indigenous communities of Cape York. The project will inform community alcohol management decision-making surrounding future approaches to reduce injury and improve community safety.
Investigators
Caryn West, Daniel Lindsay, Christopher Rouen and Andrea Grimes (College of Healthcare Sciences, College of Public Health and Medical & Vet Sciences)
Keywords
Injuries; Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander; Primary Health Care; Alcohol

Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation - Research Grant

The Top End Smoke Free Spaces Project

Indicative Funding
$5,000
Summary
The project aims to encourage smoke free homes in remote Indigenous communities using a combination of incentives and monitoring of indoor second hand smoke exposure. Baseline data will be collected using surveys and nicotine monitoring and smoke-free homes will be encouraged through established, culturally appropriate methods.
Investigators
Kristy Grant and Christopher Rouen in collaboration with Alan Clough (College of Public Health and Medical & Vet Sciences)
Keywords
Environmental tobacco smoke; Remote Indigenous communities; Public health

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