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National Plan of Public Health:: Health SA
STATE PURPOSE 2019-2024 state purpose 2019-2024 PDF (1MB) (opens in new window) sets out a new and ambitious goal for a healthful, livable and networked society for all South Australians. It is underpinned by four policy priority areas under the heading of concepts for health: promotion, protection, prevention and advancement.
Those are our priorities: Strengthening those schemes that are supportive of health and well-being. Interventions set out in the plan under these priority areas are a mix of on-going and key basic health care and new work that focuses on priority areas and identifies threats and chances to health. It provides a collaborative environment for early measures to safeguard health, disease prevention and the promotion of health, well-being and spiritual well-being for all Southern Albanians.
The SA Health Mental Health Services Plan :: Health SA
A new SA Health Mental Health Services Plan is currently being planned to establish a frame to guarantee a consistently and innovatively high level of healthcare in our country. This plan is being prepared by the Chief Psychiatrist's Office in collaboration with the SA Mental Health Commission and is scheduled for release in March 2019.
Please refer to the website of the Chief Psychiatrist's Office (opens in a new window) for further information.
Ministry of Health | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander National Health Plan 2013-2023
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan is an evidence-based political umbrella to direct guidelines and programs to enhance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health over the next ten years until 2023. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander National Health Plan 2013-2023 was created to create an overall context that connects to other key Commonwealth health care initiatives and identify areas of central importance to direct further investments and efforts to enhance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Senator Hon Fiona Nash, Deputy Minister of Health, said on 30 May 2014 that an action plan would be drawn up setting out the Commonwealth's co-ordinated effort to enhance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health outcomes. Nash will be responsible for the development of the plan. Possibilities for reinforcing policies for the societal and intercultural determinants of indigenous health: The report of the December 2017 NSR.
2013-2023 for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan provides an overall outline.