Nikki Clelland presents ‘Health promotion practice in Indigenous health services - Results of a quality assessment process’ on Monday 23 June, from 12pm to 1pm.
In an attempt to address some of the challenges for health promotion service delivery, a continuous quality improvement intervention for health promotion is currently being trialled in four Indigenous health services in the Top End.
As part of this project Nikki and her team have developed an audit tool to both determine how well health promotion activities align with best practice and to support health services assess and improve their community-based health promotion.
In her seminar, Nikki will discuss the development of a Community-based Health Promotion Audit Tool and present early results from its use in four Indigenous primary health services. She will also address the issues and challenges in conducting audits of health promotion and implications for improving practice.
This seminar takes place in the Menzies Seminar Room, John Mathews Building, Royal Darwin Hospital Campus.