Closing the Gap: Northern Territory
Evaluation of the NT MOS projects
This report assesses the implementation of the Mobile Outreach Service projects model and its impact on, and outcomes for, Aboriginal children and young people and their families and communities.
Mobile Outreach Service Plus
. Evaluation of the NT MOS projects
The independent evaluation, released in January 2012, supports the continuation of the service, noting that it is beginning to gain traction in community. It also notes that there is support by service providers and community members for the primary characteristics and principles of the service model, which aligns Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal workers and has a gender mix in the staff team.
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Evaluation of the NT MOS projects (PDF 3021 KB large file)
The same publication in smaller sections:
Cover pages (PDF 142 KB)
Executive summary (PDF 244 KB)
Acronyms (PDF 345 KB)
1. Introduction (PDF 301 KB)
2. Methodology (PDF 462 KB)
3. Findings part 1 (summary; an evolving service model; service establishment; cultural competence) (PDF 245 KB)
3. Findings part 2 (staffing; service and staffing models; MOS Plus within an integrated service framework; community networks; service focus) (PDF 530 KB large file)
3. Findings part 3 (service context and logistics; outreach service; overview) (PDF 304 KB)
4. Analysis & recommendations (PDF 438 KB)
5. Appendices (PDF 59 KB)
Appendix A: Methodologies (PDF 355 KB)
Appendix B: Evaluation framework (PDF 863 KB large file)
Appendix C: Interviewees (PDF 39 KB)
Appendix D: Literature review (PDF 274 KB)
Page last reviewed: 22 February 2013
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