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Aboriginal Haemodialysis Patients

 

Overview

This project explored the experiences and perceptions of Aboriginal haemodialysis patients in rural New South Wales in order to contribute to strategies that would improve their quality of life and health outcomes. The project also identified and highlighted communication issues between the staff and patients.

The project was funded by the The Clinical Excellence Commission of NSW and an Ian O’Rourke scholarship in patient safety.

Abstract adapted from University Centre for Rural Health

Contacts

University Centre for Rural Health
61 Uralba Street
PO Box 3074
Lismore NSW 2480
Ph: (02) 6620 7570
Fax: (02) 6620 7270

Related publications

Rix EF (2014)

Avoiding the 'costly' crisis: informing renal services design and delivery for Aboriginal people in rural/regional New South Wales, Australia.

Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Sydney: Sydney

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Last updated: 22 March 2017
 
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