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The development of a network of pharmacist academics to support rural and remote pharmacy

  • In: Community Pharmacy Section Posters
  • At: New Orleans (USA) (2004)
  • Type: Poster
  • Poster code: CPS-P026
  • By: PAPPAS (School of Rural Health, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
  • Co-author(s): Thompson (Spencer Gulf Rural Health, Australia)
    Gleeson (Broken Hill UDRH, Australia)
    Howarth (Launceston UDRH, Australia)
    McNamara (Greater Green Triangle UDRH, Australia)
    Rasiah (Mt Isa Centre for Rural Health, Australia)
    Vaughan (Centre for Remote Health A.S., Australia)
    Chen (Broken Hill UDRH, Australia)
    McMillan (Broken Hill UDRH, Australia)
    Larkin (Kimberly Aboriginal Med. Serv. Council, Australia)
  • Abstract:

    The provision of adequate health services to rural and remote communities has been an issue of concern in Australia and internationally. One of the dilemmas is providing a suitable infrastructure with adequate numbers of health professionals, including pharmacists, to serve the needs of rural communities. In Australia, the Commonwealth Government..

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