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State Public Health Plan for Western Australia 2019-2024

Government of Western Australia; Department of Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Western Australia 1 January 2019 Policy document

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The State Public Health Plan for Western Australia 2019 - 2024 aims to guide State and Local Governments – and our many partners in public health – to work together and contribute towards influencing the health and wellbeing of all Western Australians.
The plan provides high level strategic directions focusing on prevention, health promotion and health protection strategies that aim to prevent disease, illness, injury, disability and premature death in WA.
The plan establishes a vision for Western Australians, where we aspire for the people of WA to experience the best possible health, wellbeing and quality of life. This vision is supported by three objectives: Objective 1 - Empowering and enabling people to live healthy lives; Objective 2 - Providing health protection for the community; Objective 3 - Improving Aboriginal health and wellbeing.


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