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Katy has a plan – the ACT Health Cultural Respect Implementation Plan

By johnboy - 26 April 2007 5

Katy Gallagher likes plans. It doesn’t seem to matter that no one seems to follow the plans, the most important thing is to have the plan.

Today she has announced an ACT Health Cultural Respect Implementation Plan.

“She said the Plan focussed on influencing corporate health governance, organisational management and the delivery of care.

“The Cultural Respect Implementation Plan has three prime objectives for ACT Health – a health system that is responsive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, that follows this up with quality service, and one that embraces the diversity within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and is able to provide culturally safe health services,” “

Do we all feel that something worthwhile has been achieved today?

What’s Your opinion?


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5 Responses to
Katy has a plan – the ACT Health Cultural Respect Implementation Plan
Woody Mann-Caruso 3:13 pm 26 Apr 07

Health workers aren’t allowed to judge aboriginals who are alcoholics and violent?

Everybody knows that Aboriginal people are violent alcoholics.

shauno 2:40 pm 26 Apr 07

She’s just after a few extra bleeding heart leftest lunatic votes.

harley 2:03 pm 26 Apr 07

It was going to be the Cultural Respect Action Plan…

futto 1:56 pm 26 Apr 07

I’m waiting on the Policing Culture respect plan…. Police must attempt to use spears instead of guns, to subdue suspects who appear to have a aboriginal appearance.

Ralph 1:49 pm 26 Apr 07

What rubbish.

What does this mean anyway? Health workers aren’t allowed to judge aboriginals who are alcoholics and violent?

Give us a break.

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