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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Lurrtjurringa lan program

 

Overview

The Lurrtjurringa lan (joining together) program aimed to improve access to mainstream health services for Indigenous people in the Laverton region of Western Australia (WA). It also aimed to promote access and inclusion for Indigenous people in the community who are living with a disability.

The program commenced in 2006 and is a joint initiative of the Goldfields Midwest Medicare Local (now known as 360 Health + Community), the WA Disability Services Commission and the WA Health Department. One of the program's main activities was conducting regular health clinics with Aboriginal health workers in many communities within the Laverton region.

The program also:

Abstract adapted from National Rural Health Alliance

Contacts

360 Health + Community

Related publications

Keating T (2007)

Lurrtjurringa Lan Project: joining together.

Paper presented at the 9th National Rural Health Conference: standing up for rural health: learning from the past, action in the future. 7-10 March 2007, Albury, NSW

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Last updated: 12 August 2015
 
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