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|Title:||Pandemic quarantine facility guide|
|Other Titles:||Quarantine facility model: Primary care approach during a global pandemic|
|Corporate Author:||Charles Darwin University|
|Series/Report no.:||Pandemic quarantine facility guide|
|Publisher:||Charles Darwin University|
|Abstract:||The following presents a series of resources based on the quarantine facility model of the Centre for National Resilience at Howard Springs Quarantine Centre (CNR), Northern Territory. Recognised as the gold star of quarantine services in Australia, the site hosted over 30,000 residents with no record of disease transmission into the community. Points of difference for CNR were the involvement of the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre, a team with lived experience of working with communicable disease transmission in communities and the health model of care approach. With the facility led by health professionals, it functioned with an underpinning primary health care approach.|
|External URL/Resource:|| Introduction|
Processes, infrastructure and communication
Infection prevention and control
Health, wellbeing and clinical care
Northern Territory COVID-19 response
|Appears in Collections:||(a) NT Health Research Collection|
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