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Victorian Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2019-2023

Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria State Government Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Victoria August 2019 Policy document health promotion, public health

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The Victorian public health and wellbeing plan 2019–2023 sets the direction and provides a framework for coordinated action, ensuring Victorians of all ages are afforded the opportunity for optimal health and wellbeing so they can participate fully in their community, in education and/or in employment.

In this third public health and wellbeing plan we are strengthening our focus on building a comprehensive public health and wellbeing system by:

· driving collective and coordinated action across the sector

· increasing emphasis on health inequalities

· adopting a more targeted approach to priority setting that is also responsive to local innovation.

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