This project aims to develop a culturally sensitive Cardiac Rehab program for Aboriginal people in Albury Wodonga and surrounds.

Cardiac Rehab aims to help people recover after a heart event, procedure or the diagnosis of a heart condition. Cardiac Rehab also helps to lower your chances of having heart problems in the future. 

A heart event can be a result of cardiovascular disease, which includes conditions such as heart disease, stroke and heart failure, and is the largest contributor to preventable deaths in Aboriginal people.

While Aboriginal people are at high risk for cardiovascular disease, very few Aboriginal people participate in Cardiac Rehab programs.

This project is seeking contributions from Aboriginal community members in Albury Wodonga and surrounds. This short online survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous.

Your contribution is valued and will inform overall planning for how Cardiac Rehab will be provided for our local Aboriginal community members in the future.

For further information about the Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Cardiac Rehab Project or this survey, please contact Matthew Stewart on matthew.stewart@gatewayhealth.org.au.

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* 1. What is your understanding of Cardiac Rehab?

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* 2. What do you think are the barriers preventing Aboriginal people in Albury Wodonga and surrounds accessing Cardiac Rehab services?

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* 3. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how Cardiac Rehab services could be made more accessible to local Aboriginal community members?

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* 4. What do you or other local Aboriginal community members see as priorities in your daily lives?

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* 5. What do you think are the strengths within the Aboriginal community of Albury Wodonga and surrounds?

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