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Us speaking about women's health: Aboriginal women's perceptions and experiences of health, well-being, identity, body and health services

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posted on 06.12.2017, 00:00 by Bronwyn Fredericks
"When compared to other women Australia Aboriginal women are considered the most socially and economically disadvantaged and have the poorest health status. Aboriginal women in Rockhampton, Central Queensland are not excluded from this lived reality. This research has explored Aboriginal women's perceptions and experiences of health and health services in Rockhampton. Drawing on these experiences, and centring the voices of these women, the study reports on findings concerning cross-cultural issues, communication, policy, practice and service delivery. Importantly, the study has built new knowledge identifying the complex relationship between identity, body and well-being." -- abstract.

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Central Queensland University

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Open Access

Yes

Era Eligible

No

Supervisor

Daniela Stehlik

Thesis Type

Doctoral Thesis

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