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With the support of the Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership and Wodonga Regional Health Service, the Mungarbareena Aboriginal Corporation and Women's Health Goulburn North East have developed a resource kit; Making Two Worlds Work: building capacity of the health and community sector to work effectively and respectfully with the Aboriginal community. The aim is to assist health care workers to provide culturally competent health care to Indigenous peoples.
The kit consists of posters; audit tool kit; working with Aboriginal clients and organisations; using an Aboriginal health promotion framework through an Aboriginal lens; CD with Indigenous images; DVD and Welcome sticker and template; information guide providing answers about Aboriginal health, history and protocols.
This initiative won the 2009 Victorian Health Care Awards - Reducing Health Inequalities section.
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