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Centre for Health Promotion (CHP)

 

Description

The CHP was established in 2001 to enhance the Women's and Children's Hospital's health promotion efforts. The website is a result of the Centre for Health Promotion at the Women's and Children's Hospital; Children, Youth and Women's Health Service in South Australia. The CHP supports health promotion in the broader community in partnership with a range of organisations for population groups, and works in partnership with Indigenous health workers, educators, parents and students on Indigenous health issues by providing support and training of workers in Aboriginalcommunities. Other ongoing strategies include the review, development and promotion of curriculum resources that promote Aboriginal health and celebrate cultural identity

Contacts

Centre for Health Promotion
8th Floor, Samuel Way Building
Women's and Children's Hospital
72 King William Road
North Adelaide, SA 5006
ph: (08) 8161 7777
fax: (08) 8161 7778
email: chp@wch.sa.gov.au

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Last updated: 3 February 2009
 
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