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Dead or deadly report: Waminda Aboriginal Women’s Health Service

Posted on: 28 November, 2016
Issue: Vol 8 No 4, October 2008 - December 2008
Related to Health promotion Women New South Wales

Fredericks B, Longbottom M, McPhail-Bell K, Worner F (2016)
Dead or deadly report: Waminda Aboriginal Women’s Health Service
Rockhampton, Qld: Central Queensland University

This report discusses the health and wellbeing issues experienced by Indigenous women living in the Shoalhaven region of New South Wales and examines the Dead or Deadly program made available to local Indigenous women by the Waminda South Coast Women’s Health and Welfare Aboriginal Corporation.

The report covers the following topics:

  • introduction to the study area of Shoalhaven
  • introduction to the Dead or Deadly program
  • research – methodology and data anaylsis
  • strengths of Shoalhaven Indigenous women
  • impacts of Dead or Deadly
  • limitations, conclusion and recommendations.

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