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Translating E-Mental Health Into Practice: What Are the Barriers and Enablers to E-Mental Health Implementation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Professionals?
Background With increasing evidence for the effectiveness of e-mental health interventions for enhancing mental health and well-being, a growing challenge is how to translate promising researchExpand
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Acceptability of Mental Health Apps for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A Qualitative Study
Background Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians experience high rates of mental illness and psychological distress compared to their non-Indigenous counterparts. E-mental health toolsExpand
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The impact of co-option on herbalism: A bifurcation in epistemology and practice
Abstract This paper examines the primarily sociological and anthropological literature that discusses the current challenges posed by the ‘modernisation’ of herbal knowledge through its co-option byExpand
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The role of social isolation in frequent and/or avoidable hospitalisation: rural community-based service providers' perspectives.
BACKGROUND Research on frequent or avoidable hospital admission has not focussed on the perspectives of service providers or rural settings. The link between social isolation and admission is notExpand
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Community based service providers' perspectives on frequent and/or avoidable admission of older people with chronic disease in rural NSW: a qualitative study
BackgroundFrequent and potentially avoidable hospital admission amongst older patients with ambulatory care sensitive (ACS) chronic conditions is a major topic for research internationally, driven byExpand
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The Place of Complementary Therapies in an Integrated Model of Refugee Health Care: Counsellors’ and Refugee Clients’ Perspectives
This paper explores the place of complementary therapies in an integrated model of refugee health care at Foundation House, a leading torture and trauma rehabilitation service in Melbourne,Expand
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An exploratory study of the health service managers role in providing effective integrative health care
Abstract Introduction Emerging health service research on integrative health care (IHC) has predominantly focused on the experiences and perceptions of patients and practitioners. To date no work hasExpand
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Evidence-based medicine and naturopathy.
Evidence-based medicine (EBM) has been advocated as a new paradigm in orthodox medicine and as a methodology for natural medicines, which are often accused of lacking an adequate scientific basis.Expand
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Integrating complementary and alternative medicine into mainstream healthcare services: the perspectives of health service managers
BackgroundComplementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is increasingly included within mainstream integrative healthcare (IHC) services. Health service managers are key stakeholders central toExpand
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