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Diabetes pathways [in English and Djambarrpuyŋu] (2007)

Author

Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc

Publisher

Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc

City

Winnellie, NT

Type

Poster

 

Description

These colourful posters compare the pathway to getting diabetes with the pathway of a river flowing to the sea. It highlights the warning period when a person first has a raised blood glucose level. The aim of the poster is to show how people can make their own interventions in order to prevent the complications of diabetes. When an intervention is mad,e the pathway no longer flows to the diabetes end, but flows to a pathway closer to that of normal long life.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

When to use this resource

This diabetes poster is designed to be used with an educator, in conversation with patients. The poster is laminated to enable the educator to draw on it to explain other aspects about diabetes that may arise during the conversation. The poster can be used in a one-on-one conversation, in group sessions or workshops where people can share ideas and experiences.

Contact details

Aboriginal Resource and Development Services
64 Winellie Road
Winnellie NT 0820
Box 36921
Winnellie NT 0821
Ph: (08) 8984 4174
Email: admin@ards.com.au

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