Q and A with the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)

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Q and A with the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)

This NAIDOC week celebrates the Indigenous voice of this country and calls for the knowledge of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to be shared through this voice.

Recently, the NEDC discussed the prevalence of eating disorders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities with NACCHO Policy Officer, Oliver Tye.  

You can read more about the prevalence and management of eating disorders within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, the importance of culture and the significance of the concept of Social and Emotional Wellbeing in the online NEDC e-Bulletin at http://bit.ly/2K4ri7Z

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