WAPHA is developing a RAP!

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WAPHA is developing its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and needs the involvement of the whole WAPHA team to make it a meaningful process and document that influences the way WAPHA thinks, acts and responds in relation to Aboriginal health and culture.

RAP’s are stronger when everyone is involved from creation, implementation and ongoing development.

This is a “Reflect RAP”, it is inward looking focusing on what we are currently doing, our achievements, our activities and their impact.

WAPHA is developing its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and needs the involvement of the whole WAPHA team to make it a meaningful process and document that influences the way WAPHA thinks, acts and responds in relation to Aboriginal health and culture.

RAP’s are stronger when everyone is involved from creation, implementation and ongoing development.

This is a “Reflect RAP”, it is inward looking focusing on what we are currently doing, our achievements, our activities and their impact.

  • Here's a quick survey to find out what the WAPHA staff team know about RAPs, how relevant you think it is to your work and get some input to how the project and communication needs to be developed from here.

    Here's a quick survey to find out what the WAPHA staff team know about RAPs, how relevant you think it is to your work and get some input to how the project and communication needs to be developed from here.

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