Health and Development of Children in Rural and Remote Australia

Published on (GMT) by Luke Stevens
The Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH) conducted this review for Royal Far West (RFW) to inform a systematic approach toward improving access to health services and health outcomes for children living in rural and remote Australia. The review did this by: 1) profiling the population characteristics of children in rural and remote Australia; 2) identifying the current context and the developmental health needs, met and unmet, of vulnerable children and families in rural and remote Australia; and 3) providing an evidence-based overview of what is causing the status quo, and what is most effective in addressing these issues.
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