Task Solutions | Mental Health of Aboriginal People: HEAPH6004

Mental Health of Aboriginal
People in Australia
Student Details
Introduction
• For the aboriginal Australians the mental health is a crucial …

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Mental Health of Aboriginal
People in Australia
Student Details
Introduction
• For the aboriginal Australians the mental health is a crucial concept.
• As compared to other Australians, the aboriginal people in Australia are more prone to poor
mental health conditions (Vecchio & Dickson, 2022) .
• On the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) website, it is stated that,
according on age- standardised statistics, the percentage of non Australians claiming
“excellent” as well as “extremely good” condition;
• had been 1.4 times higher than the percentage of Indigenous Australians expressing the
same .
• Further it has been identified that the impact of different diseases are 2.3 times more then
other Australians on them (AIHW, 2020) .
Facts
• Social / psychological well-being, long-term health issues, disability, as well as
disease load are all factors that influence their mental health .
• There are direct consequences that are typically induced by cumulative
changing climate (Duerr , 2010) ,
• as well as increasing non-clinical mental health consequences that have the
potential to occur .
• With frequent and continued exposure, it is possible to acquire clinical
mental diseases (Wood & MacKay, 2020) .
Conclusion
• Specifically, this overview underlines the value of participating with
Indigenous communities in combating climate change ;
• implementing both qualitative approach to acquire unforeseen consequences
on mental health ;
• recognizing the priorities but instead existing adaptation strategies which
might incorporate Indigenous cultures but instead understanding ;
• and implementing both qualitative approach to capture unforeseen
consequences on psychological disorders.
References
• AIHW. (2020). Indigenous health and wellbeing. Retrieved May 11, 2022, from
https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/australias-health/indigenous-health-and-wellbeing
• Duerr , M. (2010). “Impossible Choices: Thinking About Mental Health Issues From a Buddhist
Perspective”. Retrieved May 2, 2021, from
https://www.pbs.org/thebuddha/blog/2010/May/3/impossible-choices-thinking-about-
mental-health-is/
• Vecchio , E., & Dickson, M. (2022). Indigenous mental health and climate change: A
systematic literature review. The Journal of Climate Change and Health , 100121.
• Wood, A., & MacKay, D. (2020). Primary Health Care for Aboriginal Australian Women in
Remote Communities after a Pregnancy with Hyperglycaemia. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public
Health, 17 (3), 720. Retrieved from MDPI.

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