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Health Action Plan 2002

Australia ACT Government, Health Directorate Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Australian Capital Territory 31 December 2002 Policy document health service, public health

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The ACT Government has a vision of Canberra as a strong, confident and prosperous community asserting its place in the country’s affairs as the national capital.
The Government’s vision is of a community that:
- is inclusive of all Canberrans;
- is prosperous, progressive, skilled and creative;
- is cohesive, fair, tolerant and optimistic;
- is committed to protecting the vulnerable and supporting those in need; and
- gives its children every chance to achieve their potential.

The Government’s vision is of healthy individuals participating in a healthy community.
The members of our community should be able to:
- access appropriate, high quality services which meet their needs;
- make and implement healthy lifestyle choices;
- achieve equitable health outcomes; and
- act as partners with their health care professionals in their own health care.

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