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Healthy school-age kids: the Northern Territory school-age child health promotion program manual for remote communities

by Department of Health and Community Services, Department of Employment Education and Training

Report
Year 2007
City Darwin
Institution Northern Territory Government

Abstract

The Healthy School-Age Kids program aims to improve the health, well-being, and learning outcomes of school-age children in remote communities in the NT. This manual was created for medical practitioners, such as nurses, Indigenous health workers, and physicians, as well as people working in education in these communities.

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