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Title: Northern Territory Health Aboriginal Cultural Security Framework 2016-2026
Authors: Northern Territory Department of Health
Issue Date: 16-Oct-2016
Publisher: Department of Health
Citation: Northern Territory Department of Health 2016, NT Health Aboriginal Cultural Security Framework 2016-2026, Darwin.
Series/Report no.: N/A;
Abstract: Northern Territory Aboriginal Cultural Security Framework 2016-2026 is a policy framework that aims to guide and strengthen implementation of culturally secure services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) people in the Northern Territory.
Description: Northern Territory Aboriginal Cultural Security Framework 2016-2026 provides information, advice and strategies to address six broad priorities including: workforce; communication; whole of organisation approach; leadership; consumer and community participation; quality improvement, planning, research and evaluation. Taking action, individually and as a public health system across these priority areas, is necessary to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal people.
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ISSN: N/A
Type: Report
Subjects: Aboriginal
Aboriginal health
Torres Strait Islander
Indigenous
Cultural security policy
Cultural responsiveness policy
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