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Managing households with recurrent scabies: 2014 edition (2014)

Author

One Disease

City

Sydney

Type

Report

Institution

One Disease

 

Description

This guideline, produced by One Disease, aims to guide clinical and community staff working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who have scabies.

Managing households with recurrent scabies provides strategies to break the cycle of recurrent infections, with a specific focus on the household, based on the CARPA Standard Treatment Manual 6th ed., using a case management approach. Time spent on individual early case management of children and households can lead to improved outcomes, interruption of transmission and reduced workload for clinics in the long run.

The resource is split into five sections:

The resource was produced as part of One Disease's scabies elimination program, the East Arnhem Scabies Control Program.

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Contact details

One Disease
Level 1, 80 Wentworth Avenue
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Ph: (02) 9211 5893
Email: contact@onedisease.org

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Last updated: 14 June 2017
 
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