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Indigenous health campaign – NRW 2020
A new health campaign during National Reconciliation Week 2020, focusing on improving health outcomes for First Nations people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is pleased to launch a new health campaign during National Reconciliation Week 2020, focusing on improving health outcomes for First Nations people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ‘Our Mob to Your Mob’ campaign consists of three posters featuring nine of NQPHN’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, as well as a short video featuring the NQPHN staff promoting important health messages.

The localised, culturally-appropriate COVID-19 messaging supports national advice from the Australian Government Department of Health and National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) relating to ‘Keep our Mob Safe, Stop the Spread’.

Poster 1

COVID-19 safety messages
(Hygiene, social distancing, family response plan). 
Download poster 1.

Poster 2

Mental health and wellbeing
(“We Are…” – positive affirmation reminders to be brought to life on social media).
Download poster 2 (full colour).
Download poster 2 (printer friendly).

Poster 3

Routine health check-up
(General health maintenance advice).
Download poster 3.

Social media video – NQPHN staff: #InThisTogether2020

The campaign, officially launched during National Reconciliation Week 2020 (27 May-3 June), embraces this year’s theme of #InThisTogether2020.

We encourage you to share the ‘Our Mob to Your Mob’ posters and videos among your networks to help celebrate National Reconciliation Week 2020.

29 May 2020
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