Skin Disease Control in remote Aboriginal children: translating evidence into practice with a cluster randomised, stepped wedge trial [ 2017 - 2022 ]

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Researchers: Dr Asha Bowen (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Julianne Coffin A/Pr Roz Walker A/Pr Steven Tong Dr Julie Marsh
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Brief description At any one time, almost one in two children living in remote Indigenous Australian communities have skin sores and one in three have scabies . Despite this high burden, skin infections are under-recognised. Increasing community and health care provider knowledge and access to the best available treatments will be evaluated with the goal of halving the burden of skin infection over five years and implementing the strategies, resources and knowledge to sustain this.

Funding Amount $AUD 1,864,696.68

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Notes Standard Project Grant

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