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Engaging Indigenous students through school-based health education

by McCuaig L, Nelson A

Report
Year 2012
City Canberra
Institution Closing the Gap Clearinghouse
Date May 2012
Report number Resource Sheet no 12

Abstract

This factsheet presents the evidence for the delivery of school-based health education for Indigenous students in Australian schools, including strategies that are effective in supporting positive health outcomes for Indigenous students. Evidence-based, school-based health education programs can be enhanced through the understanding of what works, who they work for, and in what situation. A thorough understanding of context and cultural awareness are vital for the effective implementation of these broad based policies in individual remote, rural and urban Indigenous schools.

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Last updated: 13 June 2012
 
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