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Author Mayo, Kevin.

Title Research dancing : reflections on the relationships between university-based researchers and community-based researchers at Gurriny Yealamucka Health Services Aboriginal Corportion, Yarrabah / Kevin Mayo, Komla Tsey and the Empowerment Research Team.

Published Casuarina, N. T. : Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, 2009.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail SpC/UM f  305.89915 MAYO    NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description iv, 24 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Series Discussion paper series / Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, 1834-156X ; no. 8.
Discussion paper series (Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health) ; no. 8.
Notes Logos at the foot of title: James Cook University, Gurriny Yealamucka Health Services Aboriginal Corporation, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, The University of Queensland.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 20-21)
Summary This paper examines and reflects upon the research relationships between university-based researchers and community-based researchers working in social health and empowerment programs with the Indigenous community of Yarrabah in northern Queensland.
Other formats Also available from Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health website at: http://www.crcah.org.au/publications/downloads/DP-8_final-web.pdf.
Notes CRCAH is funded in part by the Australian Government Dept. of Health and Ageing.
Other author Tsey, Komla.
Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (Australia)
Subject Gurriny Yealamuckam Health Services Aboriginal Corporation.
Aboriginal Australians -- Community development.
Aboriginal Australians -- Research.
Research teams -- Australia -- Evaluation.
ISSN 1834-156X
ISBN 9780734040503