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Developing Linkages between an Indigenous Population and a Palliative Care Service

 

Overview

This program aimed to create sustainable links between the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and palliative care services in the former Wentworth Area Health Service (WAHS), in the Blue Mountains area of New South Wales (NSW), through the involvement of an Indigenous Palliative Care Liaison Officer. This program's specific goals included:

The project outcomes are outlined in a final report. The program was funded as part of the National Caring Communities Program.

Contacts

Dr Michael Noel
University of Sydney
Ph: (02) 4734 3237
Fax: (02) 4734 2330
Email: michael.noel@sydney.edu.au

Evaluated publications

Baird C, Harrison K, Luhr M, Noel M, Scott C (2006)

Developing linkages between an Aboriginal population and a palliative care service: final report executive summary.

Sydney: Wentworth Area Health Service

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Last updated: 10 August 2016
 
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