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Video | Makulkul Mob - Wadeye

17 April 2015

Red Dust Role Models partner with remote Indigenous communities to work with youth in a bid to ensure that improved health outcomes are perceived by and recognized in all Australians. Recently they visited Wadeye, in the Northern Territory with a healthy living theme focused on healthy hearts. In collaboration with the students, they produced a song and video highlighting healthy heart activities. The song also references the signs and symptoms that students should be aware of in relation to rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease. The video of the Makulkul Mob – Wadeye can be viewed online.

We are keen to hear about other RHD resources, including posters, information sheets and clinical tools as part of our planned global resource repository. Please send any examples to us here.