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Seeding success: identifying factors that contribute to positive early childhood health and development in Aboriginal children

 

Overview

This study will identify the key drivers of positive early childhood health and development in Indigenous children. It will identify the key features of local communities and early childhood service provision that make tangible differences to early childhood well-being.

The study of a large population-based cohort of children in New South Wales will be used to apply novel methods for linking population data to inform national program planning and evaluation. It will be used to advance theory, research and practice to plant 'seed success' for Indigenous children. 

The study is run by the School of Medicine at the University of West Sydney and funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

Abstract adapted from University of West Sydney

Contacts

School of Medicine
University of Western Sydney
Locked Bag 1797
Penrith NSW 2751
Ph: (02) 9852 5222

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Last updated: 24 February 2014
 
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