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Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Food and health communication across cultures.

A new resource package focused on improving health communication and practices in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities will help to strengthen efforts to support good nutrition, health and wellbeing.

With funding from the Fred Hollows Foundation, Menzies School of Health Research has developed the teaching and learning resource, Food and health communication across cultures.

The resource package provides practical guidance to support strength-based approaches, critical reflective practice and the participatory process of health and nutrition communication. It holds potential relevance for a range of health professionals and workers who spend time in remote Indigenous settings, including nutritionists, health promotion staff, health workers and nurses.

Resource: Food and health communication across cultures

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