Thanks to our talented and generous colleagues and contributors, Croakey is delighted to offer a number of publications, free for download. We hope they will be of interest and use to our readers, and perhaps you might like to encourage your local library to list them. Also, please feel free to share copies with politicians, policy makers and any other relevant individuals or organisations. Spread the word!
Croakey Stakeholders Report 2017
This report summarises our 2017 activities (including 528 articles published, 18 conferences and events covered), and also shares some of our exciting plans.
Croakey conference highlights 2017
This publication compiles highlights from conferences and events covered by the Croakey Conference News Service in 2017. It includes a rich and diverse selection of articles on Indigenous health, mental health, rural health, health equity and much, much more. Since its launch in 2013, the Croakey Conference News Service has covered 60 conferences and events across Australia.
#JustJustice – Tackling the over-incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
This beautifully presented e-book contains more than 90 articles from more than 70 contributors, and profiles a range of ways forward in addressing over-incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Read more about the crowd-funded #JustJustice project here.
#SDOH – Acting on the social determinants of health – for a fairer distribution of health
To mark the historic occasion of Professor Sir Michael Marmot delivering the Boyer Lectures and putting a renewed public focus on the social determinants of health and health inequalities, Croakey released an e-publication featuring 25 key #SDOH articles, out of more than 1,000 we have published over the past several years.
Wonky Health by Tim Senior – a compilation of columns investigating health in all policies
This e-books compiles a series of columns where Dr Tim Senior investigated the health impacts of policies (including within the health sector but mainly outside of the health sector). Our thanks to all who supported the crowdfunded #WonkyHealth project – read more here.