Australia:The Healthiest Country by 2020 - National Preventative Health Strategy - the roadmap for action

Cover; Copyright; Overall table of contents; and Chair’s foreword (PDF 161 KB)
Chapter 1: Building preventative health in Australian communities (PDF 649 KB)
Chapter 2: Obesity in Australia: A need for urgent action (PDF 680 KB)
Chapter 3: Tobacco: Towards world’s best practice in tobacco control (PDF 554 KB)
Chapter 4: Alcohol: Reshaping the drinking culture in Australia (PDF 448 KB)
Appendices (PDF 191 KB)

Full Report (PDF 3218 KB)
Full Report (Word 6120 KB)
Full Report HTML Version

Commonwealth of Australia 2009

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