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Tytuł pozycji:

A review of programs that targeted environmental determinants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

Tytuł :
A review of programs that targeted environmental determinants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Autorzy :
Johnston L; Onemda VicHealth Koori Health Unit, Centre for Health and Society, Melbourne School of Population & Global Health, The University of Melbourne, Carlton, VIC 3010, Australia. />Doyle J
Morgan B
Atkinson-Briggs S
Firebrace B
Marika M
Reilly R
Cargo M
Riley T
Rowley K
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Źródło :
International journal of environmental research and public health [Int J Environ Res Public Health] 2013 Aug 09; Vol. 10 (8), pp. 3518-42. Date of Electronic Publication: 2013 Aug 09.
Typ publikacji :
Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Review
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Original Publication: Basel : MDPI, c2004-
MeSH Terms :
Health Promotion*
Oceanic Ancestry Group*
Program Evaluation*
Chronic Disease/therapy ; Databases, Bibliographic ; Humans ; Motor Activity ; Nutrition Policy ; Social Environment ; Substance-Related Disorders/prevention & control
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Date Created: 20130814 Date Completed: 20140203 Latest Revision: 20181113
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Czasopismo naukowe
Objective: Effective interventions to improve population and individual health require environmental change as well as strategies that target individual behaviours and clinical factors. This is the basis of implementing an ecological approach to health programs and health promotion. For Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islanders, colonisation has made the physical and social environment particularly detrimental for health.
Methods and Results: We conducted a literature review to identify Aboriginal health interventions that targeted environmental determinants of health, identifying 21 different health programs. Program activities that targeted environmental determinants of health included: Caring for Country; changes to food supply and/or policy; infrastructure for physical activity; housing construction and maintenance; anti-smoking policies; increased workforce capacity; continuous quality improvement of clinical systems; petrol substitution; and income management. Targets were categorised according to Miller's Living Systems Theory. Researchers using an Indigenous community based perspective more often identified interpersonal and community-level targets than were identified using a Western academic perspective.
Conclusions: Although there are relatively few papers describing interventions that target environmental determinants of health, many of these addressed such determinants at multiple levels, consistent to some degree with an ecological approach. Interpretation of program targets sometimes differed between academic and community-based perspectives, and was limited by the type of data reported in the journal articles, highlighting the need for local Indigenous knowledge for accurate program evaluation.
Implications: While an ecological approach to Indigenous health is increasingly evident in the health research literature, the design and evaluation of such programs requires a wide breadth of expertise, including local Indigenous knowledge.

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