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Know your heart: cardiovascular training manual for Aboriginal Health Workers (2005)


NSW Health






NSW Health



Note: This training manual was produced for the NSW Aboriginal Vascular Health Program, which was part of the NSW Aboriginal Chronic Care Program. The training is no longer running and the manual will not be revised or updated. It is available here for reference purposes.

This manual was a training resource for Aboriginal Health Workers and allied health professionals. The aim of the manual was to increase the ability of health workers and professionals in NSW to:

The manual is divided into 6 parts with overheads, handouts and a list of resources for further information. It is clearly set out with easy to understand instructions and suggestions on how to use the manual. As there was a range in the knowledge of the professionals and workers who benefited from the training, the manual was designed so that it could be adapted by the presenter to suit different learning needs.

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When to use this resource

The Know your heart resource was created to assist Aboriginal Health Workers with the training, health education, and health promotion of other Aboriginal Health Workers and the communities they work with. It provided information on cardiovascular disease and set out teaching strategies that could be used by health workers. It was also a helpful resource for other health professionals involved in cardiovascular disease, health promotion, and education to Indigenous communities.

Contact details

73 Miller Street
North Sydney NSW 2060
Locked Mail Bag 961
North Sydney NSW 2059
Ph: (02) 9391 9000
Fax: (02) 9391 9101


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Last updated: 8 February 2017
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