The Link Between Primary Health Care and Health Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians

Appendix 1

This review explores the evidence both domestically and internationally as to whether access to high quality primary health care is essential to enhancing Indigenous health status.

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Organisations and experts consulted

  • Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory (AMSANT), Darwin
  • Professor Ian Anderson, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
  • Professor Ross Bailie, Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin
  • Dr John Boffa, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, Alice Springs
  • Professor Jonathan Carapetis, Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin
  • Dr Sandra Eades, The Sax Institute, New South Wales
  • Dr Steve Guthridge, Health Gains Unit, Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services, Darwin
  • Dr Shane Houston, Aboriginal Health, Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services, Darwin
  • Dr Naomi Mayers, Redfern AMS, Sydney
  • Professor Kerin O’Dea, Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne
  • Ms Joy Savage, Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing
  • Ms Heather Sculthorpe, Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre
  • Mr Gavin Stewart, Coordinator AMHAT Project, Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of NSW
  • Associate Professor Paul Torzillo, Central Clinical School, University of Sydney