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Emily Armstrong is a researcher in the field of intercultural communication. She is a research assistant with the Northern Institute and a PhD student in the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society. Emily works on collaborative research with Yolŋu communities in North-East Arnhem Land, with a particular focus on early childhood development and intercultural communication. Emily is a speech pathologist with diverse experience across a wide range of health, education and disability services. She has worked with children and families with communication and feeding difficulties in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania. She has contributed to program development and implementation in a range of intercultural contexts – for example the first speech therapy training programs in Viet Nam and Bangladesh and School Based Aboriginal Trainee programs in Allied Health Assistance (TAFE NSW).
The 'invisible homeless' - Challenges faced by families bringing up their children in a remote Australian Aboriginal communityLowell, A., Maypilama, L., Fasoli, L., Guyula, Y., Guyula, A., YunupiLatin Small Letter Engu, M., Godwin-Thompson, J., Gundjarranbuy, R., Armstrong, E., Garrutju, J. & McEldowney, R., 18 Dec 2018, In : BMC Public Health. 18, 1, p. 1-14 14 p., 1382.
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