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Smart and deadly: sexual health promotion for Aboriginal young people: a resource for rural health workers to support culturally inclusive practice [DVD] (2012)

Author

The University of Melbourne Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health

Publisher

The University of Melbourne Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health

City

Shepparton, Vic

Type

Audiovisual

 

Description

This DVD is for workers collaborating with Aboriginal communities and organisations to facilitate sexual health promotion with Aboriginal young people. It illustrates the key principles that guide respectful and inclusive partnerships with Aboriginal people and communities.

From the initial gatherings to yarn and plan, through to the creation and launch of the health promotion resources, the DVD captures the experiences and insights of community members and Elders, young people, and workers involved in a sexual health and respectful relationships project with the Albury Wodonga Aboriginal community and over 20 local organisations. It also includes the six short educational YouTube clips and two rap songs developed by the Aboriginal young people and organisations involved in the project.

Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health abstract

Contact details

Kylie Stephens
Senior Health Promotion Coordinator
Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health
Rural Health Academic Centre
The University of Melbourne
49 Graham Street
Shepparton VIC 3630
Ph: (03) 5823 4581
Fax: (03) 5823 4555
Email: kylies@unimelb.edu.au

To order a free copy of the resource, contact:
Vivien Hicks
Email: vhicks@unimelb.edu.au

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Last updated: 25 June 2012
 
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