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First Nations women are 69 times more likely to have a head injury after being assaulted. We show how hard it is to get help

By Michelle Fitts, ARC DECRA Fellow, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University
Jennifer Cullen, Adjunct Associate Professor, College of Healthcare Sciences, James Cook University
Karen Soldatic, Professor, School of Social Sciences & Institute Principle Fellow, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University
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Health and service workers are not asking women about a potential traumatic brain injury, there’s a lack of referral options, and often no diagnosis.The Conversation


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