Aboriginal perceptions of social and emotional wellbeing programs: A systematic review of literature assessing social and emotional wellbeing programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians perspectives

@article{MurrupStewart2019AboriginalPO,
  title={Aboriginal perceptions of social and emotional wellbeing programs: A systematic review of literature assessing social and emotional wellbeing programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians perspectives},
  author={Cammi Murrup‐Stewart and A. Searle and Laura Jobson and Karen Adams},
  journal={Australian Psychologist},
  year={2019},
  volume={54},
  pages={171–186}
}
  • Cammi Murrup‐Stewart, A. Searle, +1 author Karen Adams
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Australian Psychologist
  • Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have been targets of social and emotional wellbeing programs for many years. However, the few health‐care programs and services that are evaluated rarely provide insight into the participants' perspectives of program success or failure. This systematic review assessed 33 social and emotional wellbeing programs across Australia to better understand what Aboriginal community members think about the programs and how they could be… CONTINUE READING
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