Aboriginal Health Workers improve their knowledge and skills about medicines

Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have difficulty obtaining medicines, and therefore use medicines much less than other Australians.

The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) and NPS MedicineWise work together to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers improve their knowledge and skills about medicines.

Resources

  • Read about the Good Medicines Better Health project
  • Order Good Medicines Better Health quality use of medicines resources
  • Order Good Medicines Better Health hypertension resources
  • Read about the Outreach Pharmacists for Remote Aboriginal Health (OPRAH) program
  • Contact a pharmacist for the cost of a local call.

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