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Queensland Health, Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (Queensland Section), Apunipima Cape York Health Council
These guidelines are designed for use by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers/Health Practitioners, nurses, allied health practitioners and doctors in Queensland.
The guidelines are evidence-based and for use in the planning or delivery of chronic disease prevention, detection and management activities in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations.
The guidelines cover:
Each guideline is extensively reviewed and/or developed using the expertise and knowledge of clinicians with experience working in the rural and remote setting and are endorsed by the appropriate clinical networks and expert bodies.
The guidelines are developed in partnership with the Apunipima Cape York Health Council, the Royal Flying Doctor Service and Queensland Health's Office of Rural and Remote Health.
Abstract adapted from Queensland Health
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