The quality of Australian Indigenous primary health care research focusing on social and emotional wellbeing: a systematic review

This will inform future research to improve evidence based, culturally appropriate primary health care.

The quality of Australian Indigenous primary health care research focusing on social and emotional wellbeing: a systematic review

Sara Farnbach, Anne-Maree Eades, Jamie K Fernando, Josephine D Gwy

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Strong Foundations: Getting it Right in the First 1000 Days. Major project and paper from Centre for Community Child Health, Melbourne, Australia

From the Strong Foundations Project website: The ‘first thousand days’ refers to the period of development from conception to age 2. While early years experts have long been aware that this is an important period of development, researchers

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Open letter to education chiefs in your country and mine (Justine Greening et al in the UK) and to all their staff, head teachers, parents and older pupils – and a video!

Open letter to education chiefs in your country and mine (Justine Greening et al in the UK) and to all their staff, head teachers, parents and older pupils – and a video!

In the good old days, we all wanted to protect children from radiation. Now we give them radiating toys in the nursery and wi-fi at their school desks. Have we all gone mad?

 

Dear Justine, Kirsty and John,

This 45-minute video about ‘Electromagnetic fields and their adverse effects on our heal

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Electrical Grounding Technique May Improve Health Outcomes of NICU Babies - by Penn State University

Electrical Grounding Technique May Improve Health Outcomes of NICU Babies - by Penn State University

 

Extract: A technique called "electrical grounding" may moderate preterm infants’ electromagnetic exposure in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)

- and improve their health outcomes, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers.  

Equipment in the NICU produces low-frequen

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