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Record ID: b7aeb5d7-a087-4018-9412-d2e322df0a08
Web resource: https://www.lowitja.org.au/resources
Type: Report
Title: Engaging first peoples : a review of government engagement methods for developing health policy
Authors: Silburn, Kate
Rowley, Kevin
Thorpe, Alister
Arabena, Kerry
Sullivan, Patrick
Keywords: Health and hygiene;Aboriginal Australians;Australia;Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities;Government policy;Health
ANRA Population: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities
Year: 2016
Publisher: Lowitja Institute
Notes:  "Researchers from the Universities of Melbourne, La Trobe and Notre Dame conducted an analysis of national, State and regionally constructed engagement policies and strategies in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing to identify best practice examples and lessons learned. These learnings aim to support those working on the challenges of effective implementation of policies and programs within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health arena, and Indigenous affairs more generally. They have particular relevance for practitioners concerned with the difficulties of contributing to the achievement of equity in health and wellbeing for First Peoples in increasingly complex policy and community contexts."
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