Resources

How did we let this happen?

In a first-world country like Australia, wholly preventable sexually transmitted diseases are rampant in indigenous communities.

This article published in The Australian, gives an insight

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A Walking Shadow: Observations on Indigenous public policy and institutional transparency

Author: Michael Dillon

Advocacy

How socioeconomic disadvantage varies area-by-area in Australia

New data from the 2016 census shows the relative socioeconomic advantage and disadvantage for every region. This shows how most of the NT is classified as being in the lowest ca

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Audit and Risk Management Committee

The purpose of the Audit and Risk Management Committee is to provide independent assurance and advice to the board on Danila Dilba Health Services’ risk, control and compliance framework, and its f

Policy

Cost - benefit and funding analysis of the Danila Dilba Health Service

This in-depth independent analysis by Deloitte Access Economics delivers a cost benefit analysis into main focus areas  of  interest :– type  2  diabetes, chronic  kidney  disease (CKD),  and  mate

Advocacy

Delegations of Authority Policy

This policy clarifies and documents the financial delegations of authority
that apply within Danila Dilba Health Service.

Policy

Professional Advice Policy

This policy describes the process for the Board and individual directors to
obtain independent professional advice at the expense of Danila Dilba
Health Service.

Policy

An STI epidemic in young people does not signal sexual abuse

The reasons for these rates of STI diagnoses are complicated and complex.
Media Releases

Should not confuse STI Rates and sexual abuse 8 Mar 18

Former Ministers and media should know better than to confuse STIs and sexual abuse – they are very different issues.
Media Releases

Opening of Binyolkga Centre 13 Mar 2018

Opening of Binyolkga centre as Danila Dilba expands.
Media Releases