National Preventive Health Strategy 2021–2030

The Australian Government has developed the National Preventive Health Strategy, which will outline the overarching, long-term approach to prevention in Australia over the next 10 years.


National Preventive Health Strategy 2021–2030

National Preventive Health Strategy 2021–2030 – Summary

National Preventive Health Strategy 2021–2030 – Glossary

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The National Preventive Health Strategy aims to provide more balance to the health system by enhancing the focus on prevention and by building systems-based change over a 10-year period.

The strategy aims to improve the health and wellbeing of all Australians at all stages of life, through a systems-based approach to prevention that addresses the wider determinants of health, reduces health inequities and decreases the overall burden of disease.

This is a strategy for Australians; governments, the non-government sector, local health service providers, private providers, industry, communities and individuals. We all have a role to play.

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