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New longitudinal survey seeking Indigenous participants

Mayi Kuwayu is the national longitudinal study of culture, health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people based at the Australian National University. In Ngiyampaa language, ‘Mayi Kuwayu’ means to follow Aboriginal people over time. The Mayi Kuwayu Study looks at how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing is linked to things like connection to country, cultural practices, spirituality and language use. The study is now looking for participants over the age of 16 to complete the study survey online or over the phone by calling 1 800 531 600.

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