POCHE allied health project Newsletter Dec 2014
The POCHE Centre for Indigenous Health has funded a research project investigating the delivery of allied health services to Aboriginal children and their families in four remote communities in North Western NSW. “We know that conventional, urban models of care do not work for Aboriginal children and families in rural and remote areas. I am optimistic that this project will discover ways of providing allied health services which are culturally competent and deliver better outcomes for kids and families.” Kylie Gwynne, Director of the POCHE centre for Indigenous Health.
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