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Healthy Community Projects [electronic resource] : rural and remote health in Australia / Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
Bib ID 3638618
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Online Access
Online Versions
Description Sydney : Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, [2002?] 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection.

Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Available at: http://www.humanrights.gov.au/human_rights/rural_health/index.html 

System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader required to view/print pdf files. 

Summary

The importance of acknowledging health as a human right is that it ensures appropriate health care and health promotion is a government obligation. However, there are many ways to deliver the services to meet that obligation. The most effective ways will, first and foremost, respond to local community needs. Some communities have identified their principal needs for health services and worked together to address them. Other communities are searching for ways to overcome their service provision problems..

Notes

Title from title screen (viewed on 6 February 2006).

Text.

Selected for archiving

Subjects Healthy Community Projects (Australia)  |  Rural health services -- Australia  |  Public health -- Social aspects -- Australia  |  Rural development projects -- Australia -- Evaluation.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
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