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Framework for Action in Central Australia 2001

Department of Health and Community Services; Northern Territory Government Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Northern Territory 1 November 2001 Policy document Accessibility, health service, Indigenous peoples

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This document was developed by the staff of Community Health Services Remote, Alice Springs District, Central Australian Services Network in mid 2001. The development of this document required staff to challenge and reflect upon all aspects of their practice and policies including core business. It will be used to communicate the business of remote health to future staff and internal and external stakeholders. In a climate of change for remote health service provision this document serves two purposes. It is both a record of the unique features of the service and a
framework for action.

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