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Project 1 - Scoping Review of Health Promotion Programs and Activities (Click here for more information!)

The primary objective of the scoping review is to map the existing literature on health promotion programs and activities that focus on reducing chronic disease risk and improving management for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples via primary health care services. This review hopes to inform topics which could benefit from a synthesis of knowledge to inform health service delivery or policy.

For further information or to register your interest in becoming involved, please contact Karla Canuto at Karla.Canuto@sahmri.com.

Project 2 - Health Promotion Evaluation Framework (Click here for more information!)

Through consultation and collaboration with health promotion practitioners, CREATE will develop an evaluation framework to assist the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Sector to evaluate their health promotion activities. This project will include capacity strengthening activities to support the Sector to use the framework, to evaluate their activities and to share their learnings with others.

As opportunities for individuals and organisations to contribute become available within the Health Promotion Domain they will be advertised via the CREATE Newsletter and other means deemed appropriate.

For further information or to register your interest in becoming involved, please contact Karla Canuto at Karla.Canuto@sahmri.com.

 

Project 1 - Developing a Best Practice Model of Service Delivery (Click here for more information!)

Initial work within the Best Practice Domain has focused on the development of a primary health care service delivery model. The overarching aim of this project is to identify what should be included in a best practice service delivery model for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services. In order to achieve this aim, the study will address the following three questions:

  1. What characteristics (values, components and suggested practical applications) should be included in a best practice service delivery model for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services?
  2. What resources are required to implement a best practice service delivery model for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services?
  3. What are the facilitators and barriers to implementing a best practice primary health care service delivery model within an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service?

Guided by a National Reference Group, four integrated phases of research activity will be undertaken to answer these questions.

If you would like any further information or you are keen to register your interest in being involved in the work of the Best Practice Domain, please contact Stephen Harfield at Stephen.Harfield@sahmri.com or Carol Davy at Carol.Davy@sahmri.com.

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