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The misuse of alcohol, use of illegal substances, tobacco and weapon ownership are some of the health risk behaviours that play a larger role in shaping individual decisions resulting in negative health outcomes, such as injury and death.

Discuss the magnitude, distribution and impact of your chosen health risk behaviour in Australia.  Compare your Australian findings to a country of your choice and identify similarities and differences between the two countries

Discuss the behavioural, social and environmental risk factors contributing to your chosen health risk behaviour resulting in negative health outcomes.

Identify and discuss a key health promoting intervention, which has been implemented to decrease the selected health risk behaviour?


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