'Y Health - Staying Deadly' : an Aboriginal youth focussed translational action research project
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander youth are at-risk health consumers, being over-represented in social and health disadvantage and under-represented as seekers of health care. Young people have very different developmental and health needs and causes of illness compared to children or adults. Adolescence is also a period of risk taking and experimentation which has potential for serious adverse health outcomes. In addition, young people are future parents; health promotion activities in this...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)|
|Y Health_Key_Messages_1_FINAL.pdf||Key Messages||63.43 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Y Health_Policy_Options_3_FINAL.pdf||Policy Options||75.05 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Final report_Y Health Staying Deadly.pdf||Full Report||1.46 MB||Adobe PDF|
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