An orientation video is now available for the Remote Primary Health Care Manuals, a suite of clinical guidelines designed to support primary health care practitioners in remote Australia.
An identified absence of standardised and appropriate orientation to the correct and proper utilisation of the manuals led the Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association to undertake production of the video. The aim of the video is to improve delivery of health care in remote Australia through improved use of recommended clinical guidelines.
The Remote Primary Healthcare Manuals are developed under the governance of Central Australian Rural Practitioner’s Association, CRANAplus, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Alukura Branch, and the Centre for Remote Health.
View the orientation video which includes an overview of the purpose, layout and correct use of the manuals.