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Title: Aboriginal health and families: a five year framework for action
Authors: Dept. of Health and Community Services
Keywords: health services;Aboriginal people;reform;family
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: DHCS
Abstract: This framework for action is broken into two complementary sections. The first section relates to significant reform to the health and family wellbeing service platform in the NT. We need to ensure that the services we offer are accessible, balanced and that they contribute to sustained health and welfare gains for Aboriginal people. This framework for action focuses on the delivery of a set of balanced core services targeted at the most important periods and transition points in Territorian's lives. The second section covers reform to the quality and functioning of the health and family wellbeing system. The Government’s objectives for improved health and family wellbeing for Aboriginal people need a system that delivers the best possible mix of resources to locations where they are needed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10137/50
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