Foundations for employment and full participation in remote areas

Foundations for employment and full participation in remote areas Conference Paper

12th National Rural Health Conference: Strong Committment, Bright Future

  • Author(s): Ferguson, J.
  • Published: 2013

Abstract: • Need holistic approach to address health inequity: • improving education • employment • infrastructure • climate change adaptation strategies • ‘One size fits all’ policies and programs don’t work in remote settings • Need to understand unique circumstances, needs and aspirations of communities • Can be done (i.e. ACR program in Aboriginal communities) to tailor service delivery programs to community needs but also to ignite entrepreneurship and business development. • More interdisciplinary and cross-agency programs needed to maximise desired health outcomes Recommend using the desert syndrome and interplay frameworks in development of government initiatives and programs

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Ferguson, J., 2013, Foundations for employment and full participation in remote areas, Conference Paper, viewed 19 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2952.

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