Corporate Plans, Strategies & Frameworks

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Corporate plans, strategies and frameworks of NT Health and its previous entities, including the NT Department of Health and regional health services. Some items have been digitised from their original, hardcopy format.

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  • Publication
    Strategy
    NT Health Inclusion Strategy - Plan of actions 2019-2022: Respecting people with diverse sexualities and gender identities
    (NT Health, 2019)
    NT Health
    NT Health’s vision for the strategy: NT Health engages with sexuality and gender diverse communities we serve to promote health and wellbeing. We support a diverse and inclusive workforce who are empowered to be who they are, to deliver the best service possible. The strategy identifies 28 actions to improve NT Health Services and workplaces and become more aware, respectful and inclusive of sexuality and gender diverse people. The NT Health executive team are the champions of change to drive this strategy and an advisory group comprising members from Top End Health Service, Central Australia Health Service, Department of Health and consumers will continue to guide progress.
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    Plan
    One Allied Health Plan 2024-2028
    (NT Health, 2024)
    Northern Territory Allied Health
    The One Allied Health Plan 2024-2028 is the first plan for the allied health workforce working within an integrated NT Health system. It identifies key priorities for allied health to be addressed over the next five years.
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    Plan
    Keeping Everyone Safe: Northern Territory Suicide Prevention Implementation Plan 2023-2028
    (NT Health, 2023-09-10)
    NT Health
    The Northern Territory Suicide Prevention Strategic Framework Implementation Plan 2023-2028 Keeping Everyone Safe, released on 10 September 2023 (World Suicide Prevention Day), sets out actions across all sectors and stakeholders in the NT and guides investment in preventing suicide for the next five years. Keeping Everyone Safe is aligned with the Northern Territory’s Joint Regional Planning, which is overseen by NT Health, NT Primary Health Network (NTPHN), National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) and Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance NT (AMSANT). It builds upon and continues the work of the previous Implementation Plan (2018-2023 ).
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    Report
    Northern Territory Suicide Prevention Strategic Framework 2018-2023 Implementation Plan 48 Month Progress Report
    (NT Health, 2022)
    NT Health
    Preventing suicide requires work in a wide range of areas. Our plans to prevent suicide must include increasing whole of community awareness alongside targeted initiatives for people who are most at risk of suicide. Information in this progress report is organised under three priority areas: Stronger community awareness and capacity. Improved system integration, coordination and accessibility. Focused support for vulnerable groups and a stronger evidence base.
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    Plan
    NT Health Kidney Plan 2024-2029
    (NT Health, 2024)
    NT Health
    Territorians are facing an unprecedented burden of kidney disease. With growing rates of chronic disease, especially diabetes, we expect to see rapid growth in the incidence and prevalence of chronic kidney disease over the coming years. NT Health’s Kidney Plan 2024–2029 (the Plan) describes how we will partner and redesign our services and models of care to meet this growing clinical need.