Using systems tools to address food insecurity in urban Aboriginal communities
Jacqui Davison's presentation at the World Public Health and Nutrition Congress 2020.
In this video of Jacqui Davison’s presentation at the World Public Health and Nutrition Congress 2020, she delivers the findings from a research project in two Aboriginal communities in NSW on the determinants and remediation of food security. Poor diet is a major contributor to the high levels of mortality and morbidity experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia. More than 80% of this excess burden of chronic disease is preventable, with the largest proportion of this attributable to poor diet.