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A review of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander eye health program was conducted to determine how it was implemented and to make recommendations for future directions of the program.
The intention of the review was to determine the current state of the implementation of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Eye Health Program (NATSIEHP). The report includes the program background and a summary of progress since previous recommendations were made. Other details include: the main eye conditions affecting Indigenous people; data collections; service delivery (including specialist services); and the availability and utilisation of equipment. Further recommendations suggest options for integrating the NATSIEHP into the primary health sector.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract