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Case Study – Facing sepsis remotely: Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services

Dr Lorraine Anderson, Medical Director at the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services in Western Australia, explains why managing patients with sepsis in a remote community is high stakes – and how the national Sepsis Clinical Care Standard released on 30 June 2022 will help.

Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services based in Broome is a network with five primary health care clinics in the remote communities of Beagle Bay, Bidyadanga, Balgo, Mulan and Billiluna, often staffed by remote area nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers.

 

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2022
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