Annual Report 2020-2021, Northern Territory Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee, Office of the Coroner
Tabled Paper 430
Tabled Papers for 14th Assembly 2020 -; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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4Northern Territory Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee Annual Report 2020-21 Developed new electronic care plan for the management of youth who are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes and who are living with type 2 diabetes; Developed communication resources for clinicians to engage with youth and their families; and Developed information about youth type 2 diabetes in easy to understand language for youth and their families. Progress in 2020-2021 In September 2021, the Northern Territory Minister for Health provided a progress update on actions and steps taken: A draft version of the Strategy was presented to Health Ministers for approval in March 2021, however the draft Strategy was not able to gain national approval and further work on the Strategy is required in order for this important work to proceed. The final draft Strategy is anticipated to be considered by Health Ministers in 2022. Following finalisation of the Strategy, NT Health will develop a jurisdictional implementation/ action plan in consultation with key stakeholders. While work is progressing to finalise the Strategy, NT Health has progressed a number of overweight and obesity prevention initiatives that are in line with the draft Strategy.
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