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A best practice model for health promotion programs in Aboriginal communities: based on the Formative Evaluation of the Kuwinyuwardu Aboriginal Resource Unit Gascoyne Healthy Lifestyle Program written by Royden James Howie [brochure] (2000)

Author

Office of Aboriginal Health

Publisher

Office of Aboriginal Health Department of Health

City

Perth

Type

Brochure

 

Description

This brochure provides information on the four key dimensions Royden James Howie developed from the evaluation of the Kuwinyuwardu Aboriginal resource unit Gascoyne healthy lifestyle program in Western Australia.

The four key dimensions include:

The model was developed to improve health outcomes in Aboriginal communities as well as empower people within the communities to promote healthy lifestyles.

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Contact details

Diabetes and Endocrine Health Network
Ph: (08) 9222 0200
Email: healthpolicy@health.wa.gov.au

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Last updated: 16 September 2015
 
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