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Our Children Our Future: A Framework for Child and Youth Health Services in Western Australia 2008–2012

Government of Western Australia; Department of Health Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Australia, Western Australia 1 January 2008 Policy document community, early intervention, prevention

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A Framework for Child and Youth Health Services in Western Australia 2008–2012 is designed to guide stakeholder efforts to achieve improvements in the health and wellbeing of children and youth in Western Australia across the continuum of care.

The Framework is also intended to guide the development of locally relevant strategies to address health service delivery and child and youth health priorities at local and regional levels. It aims to provide sufficient information to enable the reader to understand the context and basis of key strategies and recommendations made. The Framework recognises the benefits of appropriately formulated population health and early intervention and prevention actions, and attempts to offer strategies that enhance current and earlier efforts in Western Australia.


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