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NORTHERN TERRITORY

Chronic Conditions





Prevention

AND Management

STRATEGY


2010 - 2020

Acknowledgements
The Northern Territory Chronic Conditions Prevention and Management

Strategy 2010-2020 has benefited from extensive collaboration and consultation across the Territory. The Northern Territory Department of Health and Families gratefully acknowledges all the stakeholders who contributed and provided feedback in the development of this document.


The revision of the Northern Territory Preventable Chronic Disease Strategy (1999) was commissioned by the Northern Territory Preventable Chronic Disease Clinical Reference Group and the Northern Territory Chronic Diseases Network Steering Committee.

A Partnership Approach


The development of this Strategy was guided by representatives of the following organisations:

• Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance of the Northern Territory

• Northern Territory Department of Health and Families

• General Practice Network Northern Territory

• Good Health Alliance Northern Territory.

NB References to “Aboriginal people” should be taken to mean “Aboriginal and

Torres Strait Islander people” throughout this document.

© Department of Health and Families, 2009.

This publication is copyright. The information in this report may be freely copied and distributed for non-profit purposes such as study, research, health service management and public information, subject to the inclusion of an acknowledgement of the source. Reproduction for other purposes requires

the written approval by the Chief Executive of the Department of Health and

Families, Northern Territory.
Suggested citation:

Northern Territory Chronic Conditions Prevention and Management Strategy

2010-2020. Department of Health and Families, Northern Territory Government, Darwin, 2009.
ISBN: 978 - 0 - 9805326 - 1 - 6
An electronic version is available at:

www.health.nt.gov.au/Preventable_Chronic_Disease


General enquiries about this publication should be directed to: Program Leader, Preventable Chronic Disease Program Department of Health and Families

PO Box 40596, Casuarina, NT 0811


Phone: (08) 8922 8978

Facsimile: (08) 8985 8016

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