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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander: National

2017

Indigenous Eye Health (2017)

We are nearly there: Close the Gap for Vision.

Melbourne: Indigenous Eye Health

2016

Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Standing Committee (2016)

Cultural Respect Framework 2016-2026 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

Canberra: Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council

This framework is a renewal of the Cultural respect framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health 2004-2009.

The framework has six domains and subsequent focus areas:

  • whole-of-organisation approach and commitment
  • communication
  • workforce development and training
  • consumer participation and engagement
  • stakeholder partnerships and collaboration
  • data, planning, research and evaluation.

This framework was developed for the Australian Health Ministers & Advisory Council by the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Standing Committee and should be used in the government health sector, health departments and hospital and primary health care settings to guide strategies to improve culturally respectful services.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

2011

Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (2011)

Improving eye and ear health services for Indigenous Australians for better education and employment outcomes.

Retrieved 2011 from

The implementation of the Improving eye and ear health services for Indigenous Australians for better education and employment outcomes measure is managed by the Eyes and Ears Section of the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. The measure expands eye and ear health services for Indigenous Australians, providing $58.3 million over four years from 2009-10.

Abstract adapted from Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing

 
Last updated: 15 September 2017
 
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