Finished | Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities, Paediatric hearing loss
Embedding PLUM & HATS in hearing healthcare of First Nations children
Published: November 2021
The project goals achieved;
• Determine enablers and barriers to adoption of the PLUM and HATS tools by stakeholders;
• Co-design and implement strategies for training and engagement, in consultation with the National Aboriginal Controlled Health Council (NACCHO), state/territory Affiliates, primary care services, early childhood services and other relevant stakeholders; and
• Provide training to primary healthcare workers, clinicians and early education teachers.
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