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Queensland's Deadly Ears Program : Indigenous children receiving services for ear disease and hearing loss, 2007-2019
Bib ID 8556132
Format BookBook [still image, text, online resource]
Author
Gersekowski, Kate, author
 
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Access Conditions National edeposit: Available online 
Description Canberra, ACT : Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, [2021] 
©2021 
1 online resource (vii, 93 pages) : colour illustrations, colour maps, colour charts. 
ISBN 9781760548070 (PDF)
Technical Details

text file : PDF : 2.3MB 

Summary

"Queensland's Deadly Ears Program aims to reduce the impact of ear disease and hearing loss on Indigenous children by providing a range of frontline services in remote areas. This report summarises the services provided by the Program between 2007 and 2019. It also presents detailed information on the experiences with ear disease and hearing loss among children receiving services through this Program, including changes over time."

Notes

"Cat no. IHW 249"

Includes bibliographical references (page 88)

Subjects Health status - Child health.  |  Health services - Health programs.  |  Health - Hearing / Deafness.  |  Health - Hearing / Deafness - Otitis media.  |  Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Medical care -- Queensland -- Statistics.  |  Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Services for -- Queensland -- Statistics.  |  Ear -- Diseases -- Queensland.  |  Hearing disorders in children -- Queensland.  |  Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Health and hygiene -- Queensland -- Statistics.  |  Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander content.  |  Australian
Form/genre Electronic books
Other authors/contributors Kielbasa Jakub, author  |  Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, issuing body
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Indigenous children receiving services for ear disease and hearing loss, 2007-2019

Queensland's Deadly Ears Program : Indigenous children receiving services for ear disease and hearing loss, 2007-19.

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