HOT NORTH promotes a number of activities that promote the improvement of health outcomes across the tropical north of Australia. The first three years of funding has provided for the establishment of 97 pilot/translation projects and funded individual fellowships, scholarships, and Indigenous Development and Training Awards for researchers and health professionals. The funded researchers have formed collaborations…
Translation of a culturally responsive stroke rehabilitation service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples into a real-world setting in northern Australia: a hybrid effectiveness implementation study.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians experience stroke at a younger age, more than twice ...Read More
Formative work to inform the design of a postpartum intervention for Aboriginal women after diabetes in pregnancy.
This is formative work to explore women’s preferences for an intervention to prevent or effectively ...Read More
Understanding the tuberculosis epidemic in a regional hot-spot using a genomic epidemiological approach
To work towards ending the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic, high TB-burden countries must implement innovative, multifaceted ...Read More
Dual-centre double blind randomised controlled trial (RCT) on the utility of personalised bronchiectasis action management plans (BAMP) for children with bronchiectasis
Although regarded as an ‘orphan disease’, bronchiectasis (BE) remains a major contributor to chronic lung ...Read More
Application of next generation sequencing of mosquito excreta to identify arboviruses, microorganisms and mosquito species
Traditional testing for arboviruses in mosquitoes requires a priori knowledge and choosing appropriate assays for ...Read More
Molecular detection of scabies by PCR using a next generation sequencing (NGS) approach
Diagnosis of scabies mostly relies on clinical symptoms as mites are extremely difficult to find ...Read More