Relevant to: Research
Sector: Indigenous, Health
Summary: This book chapter provides tips and guidance on reporting and disseminating research in Indigenous health, in real and practical ways that are of use to those working to improve Indigenous health.
-What did we learn from the research?
-Who is it important for?
-What does it mean for them?
-What is the best way of getting the message across?
This is a well prepared and practical guide that should be of interest to many researchers, not just those working on health or Indigenous issues. However those researchers working on Indigenous issues may find this guide particularly useful as it provides tips, strategies and case studies for presenting research to an Indigenous audience.
This article was developed from the following publication:
Laycock A., Walker D., Harrison N. and Brands J. (2011) Researching Indigenous Health: A Practical Guide for Researchers, The Lowitja Institute, Melbourne.
The book can be accessed online through the Lowitja Institute at:
https://www.lowitja.org.au/lowitja-publishing/L009 accessed on 28/01/2018