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This surveillance report provides information on the occurrence of blood borne viruses (BBVs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia. The purpose of the report is to encourage and support discussion on ways forward in minimising the transmission risks, as well as the personal and social consequences of these infections within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The report is produced in a format that is intended to be accessible to a wide range of health service providers and consumers and includes information on:
Abstract adapted from The Kirby Institute
This manual assists practitioners to manage a range of health, social and work conditions when they arrive in central and northern Australia without any specific training in remote practice.
The manual topics include:
This resource ensures a sensitive and comprehensive approach to primary health care for Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory and beyond. Access to the manual requires registration which is free.
The sixth edition of the CARPA manual was released in 2014.
Abstract adapted from Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association