Skip to content

Key resources

  • Bibliography
    Bibliography
  • Health promotion
    Health promotion
  • Health practice
    Health practice
  • Yarning places
    Yarning places
  • Programs
    Programs
  • Organisations
    Organisations
  • Conferences
    Conferences
  • Courses
    Courses
  • Funding
    Funding
  • Jobs
    Jobs
Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 
  • Home
    • » Key resources and services
      • » Programs and projects
        • » Towards a well-being model for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living with chronic disease

Towards a well-being model for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living with chronic disease

 

Overview

This study is to develop the framework for a 'well-being model' which aims to improve quality of care, health outcomes and importantly the quality of life for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with a chronic disease. 

The study comprises of three stages:

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Towards the end of the study, agreement on the development of specific resources for pilot implementation into sites will be sought. Contributions in terms of advice from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and primary health care providers will guide further work.

Abstract adapted from Kanyini Vascular Collaboration

Contacts

Anne Eades
Research Fellow
The George Institute for Global Health
Ph: (02) 8507 2503
Email: aeades@georgeinstitute.org.au

Links

 
Last updated: 19 September 2014
 
Return to top