A longitudinal data resource on key influences on health in the Northern Territory: Opportunities and obstacles

The role of social factors in contributing to the poor health status of Aboriginal people living in the Northern Territory is widely accepted, but not well understood. This project aimed to address this situation by providing a strong evidence base to support the development and implementation of policies that improve the social health of Aboriginal communities in the NT over the long term. As part of the project researchers developed a series of consistent indicators with standardised data definitions to measure the effectiveness of primary health care services. The project was also informed by a number of >A Longitudinal Data Resource on Key Influences on Health in the Northern Territory: Opportunities and Obstacles, CRCAH Discussion Paper Series: No. 1, CRCAH, Darwin 

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