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This presentation, delivered on 20 January 2022, contains an update to Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout jurisdiction breakdowns.Part of a collection: COVID-19 vaccination daily jurisdictional breakdown
The National Medical Workforce Strategy has been developed to guide long-term medical planning across Australia. It has identified achievable, practical steps to build a sustainable, highly trained medical workforce.
This presentation and transcript relate to the Pacific Labour Scheme webinar held on 15 December 2021. This scheme and other aged care workforce initiatives help rural and remote providers grow a skilled workforce.
COVID-19 vaccination – Social media content with facts about COVID-19 vaccines (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)
A suite of fact-checked social tiles and suggested captions about COVID-19 vaccines that can be shared across social media platforms.
This webinar on 20 January is part of a series to update primary care on the COVID-19 response and the vaccine rollout. The panel will provide key updates and answer participants’ questions.
This animation is for healthcare workers to support them explaining what the COVID-19 vaccination process will look like and what to expect during and after the vaccine.Part of a collection: COVID-19 vaccination – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander vaccine provider resources
COVID-19 vaccination – COVID-19 vaccines are available now to everyone 12 years and over (radio ad for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)
This radio ad, produced for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, explains how getting the vaccination can protect you and your community from COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone 12 years and over.
This infographic provides a quick view of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Australia on 19 January 2022.Part of a collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19) at a glance infographic collection
National Cervical Screening Program – Quick reference guide – clinician-collected cervical screening tests
A quick reference guide for health professionals about cervical screening results and follow-up under the National Cervical Screening Program.
National Cervical Screening Program – Understanding the National Cervical Screening Program Management Pathway
Learn about the clinical pathway that supports the National Cervical Screening Program.
This brochure explains what the cervical screening test is and what your test results mean. It also explains what will happen if you get referred to a specialist.
In this radio interview, Mary G speaks with Dr Mark Wenitong, Aboriginal GP and Public Health Medical Officer, asking questions about herd immunity, and the importance of getting vaccinated before COVID-19 comes to your community.
In this radio interview, Mary G speaks with Vicki O'Donnell, Chair of the Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia and CEO of Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services, asking questions about why the COVID-19 vaccine is important to the safety of communities and they symptoms of COVID-19.
In this radio interview, Mary G speaks with Katrina Clarke, the National Indigenous Immunisation Coordinator at the National Centre for Immunisation, Research and Surveillance, asking questions about the safety and approval proces of COVID-19 vaccines, side effects of the vaccines, and more.
These reports delivered weekly on Wednesdays, list the percentage of people aged 15, who have self-identified as Indigenous who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by local government area (LGA).
These reports delivered weekly on Wednesdays, list the percentage of people aged 15, who have self-identified as Indigenous who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 by local government area (LGA).Part of a collection: COVID-19 vaccination – Geographic vaccination rates – LGA – Indigenous population