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dc.contributor.authorChronic Diseases Networken
dc.descriptionThe Chronic Diseases Network was set up in 1997 in response to the rising impact of chronic diseases in the NT. The network is made up of organisations and individuals who have an interest in chronic disease, with Steering Committee membership from: • Aboriginal Medical Services of the NT • Arthritis & Osteoporosis Foundation of the NT • Asthma Foundation of the NT • Cancer Council of the NT • Healthy Living NT • Heart Foundation - NT Division • General Practice Network NT • Menzies School of Health Research • NT DHF Allied Health/Environmental Health • NT DHF Community Health • NT DHF Health Promotion • NT DHF Nutrition and Physical Activity • NT DHF Preventable chronic diseases programen
dc.description.abstractContributions appearing in The Chronicle do not necessarily reflect the views of the editor or DoH. Contributions are consistent with the aims of the Chronic Disease Network and are intended to: • inform and stimulate thought and action • encourage discussion and comment • promote communication, collaboration, coordination and collective memory.en
dc.publisherChronic Diseases Network, Department of Healthen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThe Chronicleen
dc.subjectSocial marketingen
dc.subjectPublic healthen
dc.subjectSubstance abuseen
dc.subjectPetrol sniffingen
dc.subjectPassive smokingen
dc.subjectThe Chronicleen
dc.titleThe Chronicleen
dc.identifier.sourceHealth Services Divisionen
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