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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Surveys released to assess the 'Indigenous chronic disease package' (ICDP)

Date posted: 22 November 2012

The Australian Government is monitoring and assessing the effectiveness of the Indigenous chronic disease package (ICDP) in achieving the Closing the gap targets (under the ICDP national monitoring and evaluation project).

A number of surveys are being run from now until December as part of this monitoring and evaluation process. Each survey is for a specific respondent group.

All ICDP workers, organisations and health care providers involved in the delivery of the ICDP services are encouraged to complete these surveys including, for example, Tobacco action workers, Healthy lifestyle workers and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander outreach workers.

The surveys contain questions about how the ICDP has been implemented, the supports that people/organisations have accessed or needed, and the impacts of the ICDP on workers, organisations and the community.

The surveys seek to capture how the ICDP is working in practice and what impact it's having on the ground.

To access the online surveys, please see the links below.

Source: Department of Health and Ageing


KPMG survey team
Ph: 1800 881 436


Last updated: 22 November 2012
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