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Unit of Study INDG6002 - Health and Indigenous Peoples (2024)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

discuss key concepts of health and wellbeing as determined by Aboriginal people

identify key stages of the colonisation process and its relationship to the contemporary health status of Australian Indigenous people

analyse the relationship between socio-economic factors and the contemporary health status of Australian Indigenous people

explain how primary health care and/or health promotion enhances the wellbeing of Indigenous people and role of the health professional as an agent of social change

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