Aboriginal and Rural Health (PHAR4824)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit of study introduces students to health issues in rural and remote communities which may result from the social, environmental and political underpinnings of these communities. Students will be made aware of diseases which are more prevalent in rural than metropolitan settings. Issues relating to cultural diversity and indigenous health in rural and remote areas will be explored and different modes of communication and service delivery will be investigated.
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Further unit of study information
21 hrs of lectures, 10 x 2hr tutorials, 3hr workshop.
Group assignment/presentation (30%), examination (50%), experiential logbook (20%), satisfactory performance in the forensic examination.
A textbook of Australian Rural Heath Aboriginal Primary Health Care. Pharmacy and Poisons legislation is required but is made available in a specific format for the unit.
3 x 30 hr weeks
Faculty/department permission required?
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
PHAR4811, PHAR4812, PHAR4813, PHAR4814
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