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NACCHO RACGP collaboration key project documents

Practice team survey

Access the 2018-19 survey results executive summary here.

Literature reviews - 2018

Best practice approaches for implementing clinical guidelines in both Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations and mainstream general practices.

Literature review one PDF (210 KB)

Barriers and challenges mainstream practices face in delivering culturally responsive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Literature review two PDF (175 KB)

NACCHO RACGP Roundtable 3-4 May 2019

NACCHO and the RACGP hosted a roundtable in recognition of the need for broader consultation with key stakeholders to better understand the context, enablers and barriers to provision of effective, high quality preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and to support a number of project outcomes including:
  • Development of 715 health check templates
  • Recommended MBS item 715 Descriptor and Explanatory notes
  • Development of resources to support the delivery of culturally responsive preventive healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Review of clinical software
  • Project recommendations
Executive Summary - NACCHO RACGP Roundtable May 2019 (PDF 247 KB)

Development of MBS Item 715 health check templates – 2019-2020

Following on from the May roundtable, which included a broad range of representatives from general practice and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary healthcare sector, Dr Mary Belfrage is leading a working group to develop new MBS Item 715 templates. An important aspect of this work was to develop the principles for inclusion to guide elements included in the templates.

Trauma informed care

This excerpt from the National Guide provides an overview of key things to consider when planning for trauma informed care at your service.