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Moving across the frontline: young Aboriginal people and hepatitis C

 

Overview

The Moving across the frontline: young Aboriginal people and hepatitis C project aimed to promote health messages to reduce the risk of acquiring hepatitis C among Aboriginal young people.

Young Aboriginal people in communities in South Australia (SA) were consulted in the development of the project and received hepatitis C education sessions. This developed into a further project whereby the the young people in these groups became the leaders of the education sessions and wrote and prepared short films containing health messages about hepatitis C. The films have been collated into a DVD.

A copy of the DVD can be requested by contacting the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council (SA).

The project was a collaboration between the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council (SA), The Hepatitis C Council of South Australia and Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia.

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Contacts

Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council (SA) Inc
155 Holbrooks Road
Underdale SA 5032
Ph: (08) 8351 9031
Fax: (08) 8352 4546

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Last updated: 28 November 2013
 
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