Medicines Book, a communication tool

CRH Pharmacy Academic, Toby Speare
CRH Pharmacy Academic, Toby Speare

Tobias Speare, Pharmacy Academic at the Centre for Remote Health, presented a Tabletop session titled Medicines Book, a communication tool at the recent Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory (AMSANT) Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Collaborative in Alice Springs.

The collaborative was well attended with approximately 100 delegates from a variety of settings attending to share knowledge and experience on Continuing Quality Improvement; how health services bring CQI to life, engage the healthcare team and the community, and how they have used their data to implement improvements on the ground– all of which have the aim of improving health outcomes.

The tabletop session was well received raising the profile of Medicines Book for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners and Health Workers and the Centre for Remote Health’s role in its production.


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