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Issues in Evaluation of a Health Promotion Intervention: 'Taking Big Steps'

  • Year: 2003
  • Author: Victoire, Anousha
  • Journal Name: Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal
  • Journal Number: Vol. 27, No. 1
  • Country: Australia

Public health interventions that target completion of formal education are increasingly being seen as essential to achieve improved health outcomes among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The 'Transition Project: Taking Big Steps' tackles the problem of young Indigenous people from remote communities facing the transition from rural and remote areas to regional centres education are increasingly being seen as essential to achieve improved health out-comes among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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