Walking the talk: evaluating the alignment between Australian governments' stated principles for working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health contexts and health evaluation practice
Joanne N Luke, Angeline S Ferdinand, Yin Paradies, Daniel Chamravi, Margaret Kelaher
BMC Public Health | BMC | Published : 2020
BACKGROUND: Stated principles in government policy documents serve as a set of values outlining how governments intend to work. As such, health planning principles should be reflected in health policy across the cycle of planning, implementation and evaluation. Such principles should be reflected in the process of governments commissioning and funding evaluation, and in the work of those commissioned to do evaluation on behalf of governments. METHODS: We reviewed health planning policy documents to identify principles Australian State and Territory and National governments stated as being important to the work they do within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health contexts. Evaluation t..View full abstract
This research was funded by the Lowitja Institute.