Evaluation of an Australian indigenous housing programme: community level impact on crowding, infrastructure function and hygiene

@inproceedings{Bailie2011EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of an Australian indigenous housing programme: community level impact on crowding, infrastructure function and hygiene},
  author={Ross Stewart Bailie and Elizabeth L McDonald and Matthew R Stevens and Steven L. Guthridge and David R Brewster},
  booktitle={Journal of epidemiology and community health},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND AND AIM Housing programmes in indigenous Australian communities have focused largely on achieving good standards of infrastructure function. The impact of this approach was assessed on three potentially important housing-related influences on child health at the community level: (1) crowding, (2) the functional state of the house infrastructure and (3) the hygienic condition of the houses. METHODS A before-and-after study, including house infrastructure surveys and structured… CONTINUE READING
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