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MJA publishes its annual Indigenous health issue 

The Indigenous health issue of the MJA comes out once a year, to coincide with NAIDOC Week. 

This year’s Indigenous edition covers relevant and important issues including:   

The impacts of climate change on Indigenous health is also featured in an MJA podcast.  

Article writers Dr Simon Quilty, who is a public health physician from the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the ANU, and Norman Jupurrurla, a Warumungu Elder and Director of the Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation in Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory talk about the difficulties they’ve encountered in their quest to make homes in the Tennant Creek community liveable during searing heat.   

The Indigenous health issue of the MJA comes out once a year, to coincide with NAIDOC Week. The MJA also publishes Indigenous content throughout the year. All Indigenous content is free to access for all readers.  

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