The role of nurses in chronic disease prevention and management in rural and remote areas

The role of nurses in chronic disease prevention and management in rural and remote areas

Overview The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) emphasises nurses’ pivotal role in preventing and managing chronic diseases for optimal health outcomes, especially in rural and remote communities where they often serve as the primary healthcare provider. There are many opportunities for nurses to play a greater role in chronic disease prevention and management in rural…

Policy Paper

Improving health outcomes in rural and remote Australia: Optimising the contribution of nurses

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