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Northern Territory Health promotion framework

by Northern Territory Department of Health

Report
Year 2013
City Darwin
Institution Northern Territory Department of Health

Abstract

The Northern Territory Health promotion framework provides a structure for describing the broad range of health promotion actions that are utilised across the Northern Territory (NT). It enables a shared understanding of the actions that can be taken to improve health and wellbeing, and provides guidance about embedding a health promotion approach into planning processes, programs and service development across the NT.

While the framework is primarily intended to be used within the health sector, agencies and sectors outside the health domain are encouraged to utilise this framework to inform their service delivery.

The framework builds on and is consistent with other health promotion resources used in the NT, such as the Public health bush books, the Northern Territory chronic conditions prevention and management strategy 2010-2020, the Quality Improvement Program Planning System (QIPPS) and the One21Seventy health promotion continuous quality improvement tools. The framework can be used in conjunction with these health promotion resources as well as other strategic documents relevant to program areas.

Abstract adapted from Northern Territory Department of Health

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