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Northern Territory Aboriginal Health Plan 2015 - 2018

Northern Territory Government Country Resources General Health Policies Northern Territory 1 January 2015 Policy document Accessibility, health service, Indigenous peoples

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The NT Aboriginal Health Plan 2015-2018 sets out the strategic directions that will guide our actions to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal Territorians. We will do this by working in partnership with the Aboriginal community controlled health sector, other government and non-government agencies, and with Aboriginal people and communities to address the social determinants of health and achieve the NT Health Strategic Plan 2014-17 vision of ‘Healthy
Territorians living in healthy communities’.

This Plan is based on the NT Health Strategic Plan 2014 – 2017 and provides a detailed approach to delivering on:
• Strategic Objective 3 – Improving Aboriginal Health Outcomes; and
• Strategic Objective 6 – Building a highly skilled and culturally responsive workforce.

It covers the approach to achieving improvements in Aboriginal health and wellbeing, the strategies to be implemented, and how we track our progress.


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