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NSW Aboriginal Health Plan 2013-2023

State government of New South Wales Ministry of Health, NSW Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans New South Wales Policy document Accessibility, Indigenous peoples, quality care

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The NSW Aboriginal Health Plan 2013-2023 (the Plan) is the result of the NSW Government’s commitment in 2011, toward closing the gap in health outcomes for Aboriginal people.

Over the next ten years the Plan provides unique opportunities for NSW Health to reexamine the best ways of working together and redesigning health services to achieve health equity.

The Plan has been developed to help guide how health systems are planned, delivered, and monitored over the next decade in relation to Aboriginal health. The success of these reforms will be dependent upon working in partnership and utilising the expertise of Aboriginal people in shared leadership arrangements and innovative collaborations.

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