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Closing the gap: Early childhood sustained home visiting for families of Aboriginal infants in an urban community (Bulundidi Gudaga)

 

Overview

This project is an extension of the Gudaga project. The Gudaga project - a five year NHMRC funded project - follows a birth cohort of Aboriginal children from birth to 5 years in order to describe their health, development and service (health and children's) use. It is the first study of its kind in Eastern Australia, and is based at the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity (CHETRE). The research team are working closely with stakeholders in Aboriginal health care including the local Aboriginal community to implement the research. The outcomes of the study will contribute to understanding of the health and other needs of Aboriginal children in an urban Aboriginal community.

Adapted from Univeristy of New South Wales abstract

Contacts

Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit
School of Public Health and Community Medicine
Level 3, Samuels Building
University of New South Wales NSW 2052

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Last updated: 4 July 2013
 
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