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PEACH adaption project for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families: final report (phase 1)

Posted on: 12 October, 2015
Issue: Vol 15 No 4, October 2015 – December 2015
Related to Health measurement Health promotion Nutrition Infants and young children Overweight and obesity Physical activity Queensland

Binge L (2015)
PEACH adaption project for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families: final report (phase 1)
Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology

This report outlines the findings of the Parenting and eating for child health program (PEACH) phase one review conducted by the Queensland University of Technology’s School of Exercise and Nutrition Services.

This report describes processes used to engage peak Queensland Indigenous health services, the outcomes of consultations and a set of recommendations for increasing the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in the PEACH program.

The key findings of this project are informed by three sources, the literature, project steering committee consultations and interviews with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families who have participated in the mainstream PEACH program.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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