Project Title

Recognition of the work and understanding concepts of “health” and “health care” of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Practitioners in urban South East Queensland

Supervision

A/Prof Deborah AskewA/Prof Chelsea BondDr Bryan Mukandi

Researcher biography

Janet is a Yidinji-Jirrbal woman from Far North Queensland who grew up in Brisbane. Her work experience is in community development, community services, clinical services, project and program management, policy and research roles across the Aboriginal community controlled, public, not-for-profit and university sectors.

Publications

Conference papers

Dowling, A., Stajic, J., Braunack-Mayer, A., Dawson, A., Kelly, J., Mott, K. (2019). What keeps you safe: Approaches to promote the safety of older Aboriginal people. The Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference 2019, Darwin.

Bond, C., Brough, M., Willis, J., Stajic, J., Mukandi, B., Canuto, C., Springer, S., Askew, D., Angus, L., Lewis, T. (2018). Moving beyond the frontline: A 20-year retrospective cohort study of career trajectories from the Indigenous Health Program at the University of Queensland. National Conference on Indigenous Health Workforce Leadership Program 2018, Brisbane.

Stajic, J., Davy, C., Braunack-Mayer, A., Brown, A. (2017). Evaluating a research capacity strengthening program for Aboriginal community controlled organisations. National Primary Health Care Research (PHCRIS) Conference 2017, Brisbane.

Stajic, J., Yerrell, P. (2016). Translating Aboriginal knowledge into cancer control policy through research:  The Cancer Data and Aboriginal Disparities (CanDAD) Project. World Indigenous Cancer Conference 2016, Brisbane.

Hislop, C., Doherty, T., Cameron, K., Eckert, M., Marker, J., Christensen, C., Fitzgerald, M., Loft, N., Turpin, K., Osborn, M., Poprawski, D., Bessen, T., Stajic, J., Koczwara, B. (2015). A state-wide approach to survivorship in South Australia. Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) Conference 2015, Melbourne. (Poster)

Morey, K., Stajic, J., King, R., Nori, A. (2014). Decolonising Indigenous Research: Self-Determination in Aboriginal Research—What Does This Look Like? International Network in Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development (INIHKD) & Manitoba Network Environment for Aboriginal Health Conference 2014, Canada.

Grey literature

Bond, C., Brough, M., Willis, J., Stajic, J., Mukandi, B., Canuto, C., Springer, S., Askew, D., Angus, L., Lewis, T. (2019). Moving beyond the front line: A 20-year retrospective cohort study of career trajectories from the Indigenous Health Program at the University of Queensland - Final Report. St Lucia QLD

Braunack-Mayer, A., Stajic, J., Dowling, A., Dawson, A., Kelly, J., Laverty, K., & Mott, K. (2019). What keeps you safe: approaches to promote the safety of older Aboriginal people - (Final Report. The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute. Adelaide SA

Stajic, J., Kite, E. (2017). What keeps you safe: strategies to promote the physical, emotional and financial safety of older Indigenous people. PROSPERO: International prospective register of systematic reviews.

Doherty, T., Stajic, J., Hislop, C., Cameron, K., Ramanathan, R. (2016). South Australian Aboriginal Cancer Control Plan 2016-2021. Government of South Australia. Adelaide SA

The Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia (2015). Next Steps for Aboriginal Health Research:  Exploring how research can improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in South Australia. Adelaide SA

Malin, M., Keeler, N., King, R., Sansbury, T., Bates, K., Brown, A., Daniel, M., Stajic, J., Cargo, M. (2015). Rising Spirits Community Resilience Project: Final Research Report. The Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia. Adelaide SA