This Article supports Sustainable Development Goal 3 by calculating the proportion of dementia in Australia attributable to 11 potentially modifiable risk factors. They found that 38% of dementia was attributable to these risk factors (increasing to 41% when a 12th risk factor, traumatic brain injury, was added). The authors note that these findings could help to guide culturally specific dementia risk reduction programmes.
This paper explores perceived barriers and enablers for engagement in a new aquaculture activity, using an example of ‘technology-push’ towards seaweed farming in coastal villages in Samoa.
This article highlights that although Indigenous research governance is recognised as an essential part of ethical Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research, activities and contributions made by Indigenous reference group (IRG) members are underreported. 
First Nations children and adolescents in Australia experience one of the highest reported rates of treatable skin infections in the world, authors of this study gathers information from relevant communities through culturally appropriate, semi-structured interviews, or ‘yarning sessions’. This approach has allowed the authors to centre First Nations voices, identifying strengths and gaps in available resources, services and education to reduce these infections.
This Article supports SDG 3 by assessing the cost-effectiveness of the "Birthing in Our Community" service in reducing preterm births in Australian First Nations families compared to standard care.
This Article supports SDG 3 by highlighting the effectiveness of a co-designed intervention for providing First Nations care within Western health services, which could address current gaps in respiratory health outcomes for Aboriginal children.
This paper supports the improvement of maternity care by First Nations doulas.