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A blueprint for action : pathways into the health workforce for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council

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A blueprint for action : pathways into the health workforce for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Title
A blueprint for action
Title remainder
pathways into the health workforce for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Statement of responsibility
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Funding information
This project was undertaken with the assistance and support of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council (Australia)
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Australia
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Vocational education
  • Occupational training
  • Health services administration
  • Health planning
  • Aboriginal Australians
Target audience
adult
Label
A blueprint for action : pathways into the health workforce for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes tables
  • Cover title
  • "The painting on the front cover is by Layla Schrieber 'Jungaringan Dhakin' of the Kabi Kabi tribe in Queensland" - Back cover
  • NATSIHC National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 54
Contents
Part A: Introduction: 1. Overview - 1.1 Background - 1.2 Purpose - 1.3 Scope - 1.4 Policy context - 1.5 Methodology -- Part B: Current state of play: 2. Context - 2.1 Strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health leaders: students and their needs - 2.2 Culturally safe learning environments: the institutional context - 2.3 Enabling the system - 2.4 Leadership for change -- The Policy Environment - 3.1 Council of Australian Governments - 3.2 - The health sector - 3.3 Education and employment sector - 3.4 Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander affairs - 4. Supply and demand data analysis - 4.1 Australia's health workforce - 4.2 Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander health workforce supply data - 4.3 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce demand data - 4.4 Closing the gap -- 5. Consultation results: what stakeholders say - 5.1 Overview - 5.1 Overview - 5.2 Current policy environment - 5.3 Proposed solutions - 5.4 Next steps -- Part C: Reform - 6. Strategic priorities - 6.1 Strong Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander health leaders: students and their needs - 6.2 Culturally safe learning environments: the institutional context - 6.3 Enabling the system - 6.4 Leadership for change -- 7. The rationale for reform - 7.1 Increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in the health workforce - 7.2 Addressing health workforce and skills shortages: closing the gap - 7.3 Aligning the health and education sector's priorities and strategies: national coordination and partnerships - 7.4 Evidence-based policy: evaluation and better tracking of outcomes - 7.5 Reducing the burden of health care costs: cost efficiency - 7.6 Equity of health and education outcomes: a human rights approach - 7.7 Strategic policy opportunities -- Part D: Actioning reform - 8. Mechanisms for reform - 8.1 Principles - 8.2 Proposed mechanisms - 8.3 Proposed model -- 9. Summary of recommendations and timeframe for action
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
xv, 94 p. :
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library.
Isbn
9781741866018
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Label
A blueprint for action : pathways into the health workforce for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council
Publication
Note
  • Includes tables
  • Cover title
  • "The painting on the front cover is by Layla Schrieber 'Jungaringan Dhakin' of the Kabi Kabi tribe in Queensland" - Back cover
  • NATSIHC National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 54
Contents
Part A: Introduction: 1. Overview - 1.1 Background - 1.2 Purpose - 1.3 Scope - 1.4 Policy context - 1.5 Methodology -- Part B: Current state of play: 2. Context - 2.1 Strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health leaders: students and their needs - 2.2 Culturally safe learning environments: the institutional context - 2.3 Enabling the system - 2.4 Leadership for change -- The Policy Environment - 3.1 Council of Australian Governments - 3.2 - The health sector - 3.3 Education and employment sector - 3.4 Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander affairs - 4. Supply and demand data analysis - 4.1 Australia's health workforce - 4.2 Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander health workforce supply data - 4.3 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce demand data - 4.4 Closing the gap -- 5. Consultation results: what stakeholders say - 5.1 Overview - 5.1 Overview - 5.2 Current policy environment - 5.3 Proposed solutions - 5.4 Next steps -- Part C: Reform - 6. Strategic priorities - 6.1 Strong Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander health leaders: students and their needs - 6.2 Culturally safe learning environments: the institutional context - 6.3 Enabling the system - 6.4 Leadership for change -- 7. The rationale for reform - 7.1 Increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in the health workforce - 7.2 Addressing health workforce and skills shortages: closing the gap - 7.3 Aligning the health and education sector's priorities and strategies: national coordination and partnerships - 7.4 Evidence-based policy: evaluation and better tracking of outcomes - 7.5 Reducing the burden of health care costs: cost efficiency - 7.6 Equity of health and education outcomes: a human rights approach - 7.7 Strategic policy opportunities -- Part D: Actioning reform - 8. Mechanisms for reform - 8.1 Principles - 8.2 Proposed mechanisms - 8.3 Proposed model -- 9. Summary of recommendations and timeframe for action
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
xv, 94 p. :
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library.
Isbn
9781741866018
Isbn Type
(pbk.)

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