Examples of goals and objectives

The following are some examples from each of the projects:

Carers Project
Building the links for better mental health project
Sexual Health for Young men project
Putting ‘health’ into coordinated care: the needs of children and young adults with cystic fibrosis
‘Give it up, sister’ project



Carers Project

Goal:

To decrease the social isolation of carers of people with disabilities in the region.

Objectives:

  • In increase opportunities for peer networking and supports for carers in the region
  • To improve confidence and life skills for carers in the region


Building the links for Better Mental Health Project

Goal:

To safeguard and improve the health and well-being of people with mental health problems, and their significant others, by improving continuity of care.

Objectives:

  • To improve the coordination and collaboration between services and consumers in the region
  • To increase awareness and commitment to implementing “Model of Continuity of Care”
  • To increase involvement of consumers and significant others in the planning, delivery and evaluation of mental health services
  • To improve the knowledge and skills of health service providers in understanding and managing mental illness
  • To improve the knowledge and skills of people with mental health problems in understanding and managing mental illness
  • To increase the awareness of services for people with mental health problems and their significant others
    (Port Pirie Health Service, Mid North Regional Health Service)


Sexual Health for Young Men Project

Goal:

To improve the sexual health of young men (16-21) on the Lower Eyre Peninsula

Objectives:

  • To increase the sexual health knowledge of young men on lower Eyre Peninisula
  • To increase the self-esteem and capacity for taking responsibility for own health, by providing peer education to young men
  • To increase access to health information and health services
    (Second Storey, Child and Youth Health)
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Putting ‘health’ into coordinated care: the needs of children and young adults with cystic fibrosis

Goal:

To improve the health, educational and social outcomes for people with CF as well as improving outcomes for carers, by bringing together the partners in collaboration to develop strategic directions for coordinated care approaches.

Objectives:

  • To change health care delivery and related services to reflect the experiences, needs and priorities of people with CF & their carers
  • To improve educational outcomes for people with CF
  • To strengthen the partnership skills of service providers and consumers
  • To achieve and sustain shared responsibility in health care, education and social development between service providers and consumers
  • To develop a model of coordinated care relevant to CF and other chronic illnesses through documentation and evaluation of project activities


Give it Up, Sister’ Project

Goal:

Greater health literacy and knowledge of young Aboriginal women in relation to tobacco consumption and the impact on pregnancy and neonates.

Objectives:

  • To increase the health literacy of young women in relation to tobacco consumption (smoking and chewing)
  • To develop a critical understanding of tobacco media campaigns
  • To develop personal strategies to reduce tobacco consumption in their wider environment
  • To raise the profile of the negative effects of tobacco consumption in the wider Aboriginal community
    (Women’s Health Statewide)
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