Adherence to management guidelines for growth faltering and anaemia in remote dwelling Australian Aboriginal infants and barriers to health service delivery

Adherence to management guidelines for growth faltering and anaemia in remote dwelling Australian Aboriginal infants and barriers to health service delivery Journal Article

BMC Health Services Research

  • Author(s): Bar-Zeev, Sarah J., Kruske, Sue G., Barclay, Lesley M., Bar-Zeev, Naor, Kildea, Sue V.
  • Published: 2013
  • Volume: 13
  • ISBN: 1472-6963

Abstract: Remote dwelling Aboriginal infants from northern Australia have a high burden of disease and frequently use health services. Little is known about the quality of infant care provided by remote health services. This study describes the adherence to infant guidelines for anaemia and growth faltering by remote health staff and barriers to effective service delivery in remote settings.

  • Urls: https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6963-13-250
  • Keywords: Aboriginal, Adherence, Anaemia, Australia, Barriers, Growth faltering, Infant, Management guidelines, Primary health care, Remote, Quality of care

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Bar-Zeev, Sarah J., Kruske, Sue G., Barclay, Lesley M., Bar-Zeev, Naor, Kildea, Sue V., 2013, Adherence to management guidelines for growth faltering and anaemia in remote dwelling Australian Aboriginal infants and barriers to health service delivery, Volume:13, Journal Article, viewed 10 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=13690.

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