Pandemic influenza containment and the cultural and social context of Indigenous communities
Peter Massey1 GCPH, Program manager health protection, firstname.lastname@example.org
Adrian Miller2 MPH, Senior lecturer, email@example.com
David Durrheim3 DrPH, Service director, Health Protection, firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Speare4 PhD, Professor director ,Anton Breinl Centre, email@example.com
Sherry Saggers5 PhD, Professor and project leader, firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Eastwood6 MAE, Biopreparedness epidemiologist, email@example.com
1 Hunter New England Area Health, Tamworth, NSW, Australia.
2, 4 School of Public Health, Tropical Medicine and Rehabilitation Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia.
3 Hunter New England Area Health, Wallsend, NSW, Australia.
5 National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
6 Hunter New England Area Health Service, Wallsend, New South Wales, Australia.
Correspondence: P Massey, PO Box 597, Tamworth, NSW 2340, Australia
Author contribution: Peter Massey: original concept. Adrian Miller: contributed to drafts. David Durrheim: contributed to drafts. Richard Speare: contributed to drafts. Sherry Saggers: contributed to drafts. Keith Eastwood: contributed to drafts.
Citation: Massey PD, Miller A, Durrheim DN, Speare R, Saggers S, Eastwood K. Pandemic influenza containment and the cultural and social context of Indigenous communities. Rural and Remote Health (Internet) 2009; 9: 1179. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewnew.asp?ArticleID=1179 (Accessed 22 October 2017)
Submitted: 20 February 2009
Published: 24 March 2009