A total of 51 HOT NORTH health research projects have been announced in 2017 and to date in 2018. The new projects will examine some of Australia’s most pressing health concerns affecting Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in the north of Australia and our regional neighbours abroad.
Outcomes and management of youth-onset type 2 diabetes mellitus in the Kimberley: a retrospective study
This project is part of the Kimberley Investigation and Description of type 2 Diabetes (T2DM) ...Read More
Paving the path to accessible health care for Indigenous adolescents: Understanding the health priorities and needs of Indigenous adolescents, and how these needs can be met by primary health care
Adolescents (aged 10 -24 years)1 represent a third of the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait ...Read More
Cooking smoke and indoor air pollution: Impaired immunity to tuberculosis at Australia’s northern border?
PNG has some of the highest rates of tuberculosis (TB) in our region, with drug ...Read More
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