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Public health bush book volume 2: facts and approaches to three key public health issues (2007)

Author

Northern Territory Department of Health

Publisher

Northern Territory Department of Health

City

Darwin

Type

Book

 

Description

The Public health bush book is designed to support health care providers in remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory. It outlines preventive methods, strategies and resources available to work in a health promoting way and focuses on three issues that have a direct impact on ill health:

Written in plain English and supported by case studies, diagrams and illustrations, the Bush book contains step by step guides, checklists and worksheets which make it a very practical resource.

A versatile document that can be used by all providers across the health care spectrum, the Bush book aims to engage staff in ways of working that strengthen the capacity of individuals and communities to increase control over their own health.

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Contact details

Territory Health Services
Health Promotion Policy and Program Development
Ph: (08) 8999 2720
Email: healthpromotionpolicy@nt.gov.au

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Last updated: 21 March 2014
 
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