Australian Government response to the Review of the Implementation of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Eye Health Program

Optimal eye health service provision requires an improved response to needs across the health system. This is best viewed at a systems level and with a strategic approach that will benefit not only eye health but the broader health needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in their interaction with all levels of the health system.

Page last updated: 28 May 2004

Optimal eye health service provision requires an improved response to needs across the health system. This is best viewed at a systems level and with a strategic approach that will benefit not only eye health but the broader health needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in their interaction with all levels of the health system.

Australian Government Response to the Review of the Implementation of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Eye Health Program (PDF 213 KB)

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