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Title: An evaluation of the NT Preventable Chronic Disease Strategy
Other Titles: Evaluation of the NT Preventable Chronic Disease Strategy 2007 (running title)
Authors: Department of Health
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Rural Health Education Development Consulting Pty Ltd
Citation: RhED Consulting & NTDH&CS, 2007, Evaluation of the Northern Territory Preventable Chronic Disease Strategy, RhED Consulting Pty Ltd, Ocean Shores NSW.
Abstract: The Northern Territory Preventable Chronic Disease Strategy (NTPCDS) was launched in 1999. It was a strategic attempt to bring about change in the prevention, early detection, and management of chronic diseases in the NT, and at all levels of the health care system. The strategy has a 3-year goal, a 10-year goal, and a number of objectives it aims to achieve in key result areas. The planned 2002 evaluation did not occur. However the NT Department of Health and Community Services (NTDH&CS) produced a document review and a draft evaluation report of Urban Community Care Centres in 2005-06, followed by a gap analysis. In March 2007, RhED Consulting Pty Ltd was commissioned by the NTDH&CS to complete the evaluation of the NTPCDS. The methodology included undertaking focus group interviews, sourcing information and data identified in the gap analysis, collating and analysing materials and finalising a report with recommendations. This report is based upon the combined findings of these two groups.
Type: Technical Report
Subjects: Evaluation
Appears in Collections:NT General Collection

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