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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Puyu wanti

 

Overview

The Goldfields Smoke Free procedure aimed to reduce tobacco exposure to Western Australia Country Health Service (WACHS) staff, patients and visitors. The Puyu wanti ('no smoking') project was part of this procedure and specifically targeted Aboriginal staff, patients and visitors of WACHS in Norseman, Laverton, Leonora, Menzies, Esperance and Kalgoorlie. Specific strategies used in this project include:

Western Australia Country Health Service abstract

Contacts

Geraldine Ennis
Regional Director of the Western Australia Country Health Service
The Palms
68 Picadilly Street
PO Box 716
Kalgoorlie WA 6430
Ph: (08) 9080 5710
Fax: (08) 9080 5724
Email: Geraldine.Ennis@health.wa.gov.au

Related publications

Colbung V, Gilchrist D, Gatti S, Schulz A, Sorensen M (2007)

Goldfields smoke free project: Aboriginal population Puyu Wanti report 2007.

Perth, WA: Western Australian Country Health Service

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Last updated: 2 October 2012
 
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