This title traces the history of health care for Aboriginal people in Australia, examining institutional responses to their health needs, including state government care, missionary institutions in remote regions, and federal and community controlled services. It weighs up the relative strengths of anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, social epidemiology, social history and political science and arrives at a sociologically informed model of causation and beneficial social change.
|Place of Publication||QLD|
|Publisher||ECONTENT MANAGEMENT PTY LTD|
|Number of pages||133|
|Publication status||Published - 2001|