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Aboriginal People Travelling Well: Community Report


Abstract: The research described in this report focuses on the interaction between access to safe transport and the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in several distinct South Australian Aboriginal communities (urban, regional and remote). It draws on the fragmented literature and, through interviews and focus groups with Aboriginal people and their service providers, starts to develop a coherent view of the issues and possible responses.

To cite this article: Helps, Yvonne; Moodie, David and Warman, Gail; Lowitja Institute; Flinders Aboriginal Health Research Unit.; Lowitja Institute; Flinders Aboriginal Health Research Unit. Aboriginal People Travelling Well: Community Report [online]. Carlton South, Vic.: Lowitja Institute, 2010. Carlton South, Vic.: Lowitja Institute, 2010. vi, 18 p. ISBN 9780734041845. Availability: <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=292279343171001;res=IELHEA> ISBN: 9780734041845. [cited 30 Mar 17].

Personal Author: Helps, Yvonne; Moodie, David; Warman, Gail; Corporate Author: Lowitja Institute; Flinders Aboriginal Health Research Unit.; Lowitja Institute; Flinders Aboriginal Health Research Unit.; Source: Carlton South, Vic.: Lowitja Institute, 2010. vi, 18 p. ISBN 9780734041845. DOI: Document Type: Report (Complete) Imprint: Carlton South, Vic.: Lowitja Institute, 2010. ISBN: 9780734041845 Subject: Transportation; Aboriginal Australians; Transportation, Automotive; Health services accessibility;

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