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|Title:||Child Malnutrition / Failure to Thrive Project 2008 final report|
|Abstract:||Aboriginal children in the NT have much higher rates of malnutrition and failure to thrive than their non- indigenous counterparts, with associated high burdens of disease and high hospital admission rates. This is reflected in the substantial burden of care of CM/FTT in ASH, with lengthy hospitalisations and readmissions.|
|Description:||The CM/FTT project is a quality improvement initiative of Alice Springs Hospital (ASH).|
|Appears in Collections:||NT General Collection|
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