Remote health workers use skills to fight Ebola

Clinicians who specialise in remote and isolated health in Australia have been recognised as the kind of volunteers required to fight Ebola.

A media release issued by CRANAPlus details that clinicians who practice in the speciality of remote and isolated health in Australia, have the skills, knowledge and aptitude that International Humanitarian Organisations are looking for when recruiting their volunteers. Further, they are dedicated to the principles of primary health care and are ready to work in challenging, isolated and resource poor environments.

To read the full media release, click here.

Tuesday, 4 November 2014