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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 
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Indigenous: States and Territories

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2014

Amarasena N, Kapellas K, Skilton M, Maple-Brown L, Brown A, Bartold PM, O'Dea K, Celermajer D, Slade G, Jamieson LM (2014)

Oral health behaviours and perceptions reported by Indigenous Australians living in Darwin, Northern Territory.

Community Dental Health; 31(1): 57-61

2010

Ministerial Council for Federal Financial Relations (2010)

Implementation plan for national Indigenous mobile dental infrastructure: Alice Springs.

Canberra: Ministerial Council for Federal Financial Relations

Ministerial Council for Federal Financial Relations (2010)

Implementation plan for national Indigenous mobile dental infrastructure: Orange.

Canberra: Ministerial Council for Federal Financial Relations

Ministerial Council for Federal Financial Relations (2010)

Implementation plan for national Indigenous mobile dental infrastructure: Queensland.

Canberra: Ministerial Council for Federal Financial Relations

Statewide Service Strategy Division (2010)

Aboriginal health care plan 2010-2016.

Adelaide: Department of Health, South Australia

The Aboriginal health care plan 2010-2016 has been developed by SA Health as part of a significant health reform led by the South Australian Government. It aims to:

  • outline ways to reduce ill health among South Australian Aboriginal people
  • promote cultural responsiveness in the health system
  • promote Aboriginal community health and wellbeing

Aiming for an achievement of these overarching goals, the plan:

  • describes the demographic and major health issues for Aboriginal South Australians and variations across the state
  • outlines a model comprising six key areas: supporting good health; stronger primary health care; better care for those with high needs; an integrated and collaborative approach to the planning and delivery of services and programs, a focus on priorities; enablers for action
  • identifies six priorities for action based on the burden of disease and population profile
  • sets a framework for the regional Aboriginal health improvement plans
  • identifies key next steps and governance arrangements

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

2008

Victorian Advisory Council on Koori Health Oral Health Subcommittee (2008)

Public dental services for Indigenous peoples: agreed actions.

Melbourne: Victorian Department of Health

 
Last updated: 29 April 2014
 
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