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The programs, projects and lessons learned have been rated to the left. The items are listed by title, but you can also select to list them by reach, focus, start date and end date.

 

Details and links (where available) relating to relevant programs, projects and lessons learned are collected here.

When you click on one of the headings of the table, the list will be sorted according to that heading. For more information about the program, click on the title.

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Title Reach Focus
A randomised controlled trial evaluating the effects of swimming on chronic suppurative otitis media in Aboriginal children living in two remote communities in the Northern Territory (Nguiu and Wadeye) NT
An evaluation of the benefits of swimming pools for the hearing and ear health status of young Indigenous Australians: a whole-of-population study across multiple remote Indigenous communities SA
Care for kids' ears National
Deadly ears, the Queensland state-wide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ear health program QLD
Ear and hearing health workforce project National
Ear health: do you hear what I hear WA
Earbus Foundation of WA earbus program WA
Hearing, ear health and language services (HEALS) NSW
Listen 'ear: a Murri and Ailan ear health campaign QLD
Northeast Arnhem Land regional ear health campaign NT
Northern Territory Government Hearing Service NT
NSW Aboriginal ear health program NSW
Otitis media guidelines program National
Pina palya, pina kulilku (good ears, good learning) WA
Sunrise Health Service ear health program NT
Telethon Speech & Hearing earbus program WA
Wurli Wurlinjang ear health program NT
 
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