Reflection and documentation are important factors in innovation and quality improvement.
Over the last decade our staff have produced a substantial archive of information material, academic articles and evaluation reports - demonstrating our long-standing involvement and expertise in rich learning media to access hard-to-reach populations.
Below are links to some of these publications relating to our activities in technical developments, cultural consultations, legal considerations, health content development, entrepreneurial initiatives and business cases.
- Bridging the information gap: IT and health in Indigenous populations.
- Bridging the triple divide: Performance and innovative multimedia in the service of behavioural change in remote Indigenous settings.
- Pride and performance: Evaluation of a multimedia and information technologies project in remote Aboriginal Australia.
- The use of touch screen technology for health-related information in Indigenous communities: Some economic issues.
- Performative evaluation and social return on investment: Potential in innovative health promotion interventions.
- Out of a digital chrysalis: NIHNMF (pronounced nymph - the National Indigenous Health and New Media Forum).
- Touch and see (and hear): Touchscreen technology and Indigenous health: An evaluation of the pilot introduction of health touchscreens into remote and urban Indigenous communities in Queensland.
- Production and evaluation of the technology and processes for setting up and running touch screen kiosks in Aboriginal communities.
- Touch and see and hear ... and DANCE! Report to Health Promotion Queensland on "Implementing and evaluating an innovative, sustainable, IT-based approach to enhancing health literacy and local capacity in disadvantaged remote populations".
- Buluru Yealamucka: Healing Spirit - The HITnet contribution to the NSPS project: Building bridges to implement successful life promotion and suicide prevention expertise.
- Building Bridges: Learning from the Experts: Building bridges to implement successful life promotion and suicide prevention expertise across Aboriginal communities.
- Queensland Health: Focus testing of the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander HITnet Module.