Pharmacy and Medicines


NACCHO is involved in the oversight and management of several projects and programs related to medicines and pharmacy. NACCHO also provides national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medicines policy leadership.

IPAC

Integrating Pharmacists within Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services to Improve Chronic Disease Management (IPAC) study is a collaborative partnership between James Cook University, The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO). IPAC is funded under the Community Pharmacy Agreement.

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QUMAX

Quality Use of Medicines Maximised for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (QUMAX) is an ongoing collaboration with the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (The Guild) and the Department of Health.  QUMAX is funded under the Community Pharmacy Agreement.

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IMeRSe

The Indigenous Medication Review Service (IMeRSe) study is a collaborative partnership between Griffith University, The Pharmacy Guild of Australia and The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO). IMeRSe is funded under the Community Pharamacy Agreement.

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ACCHO Pharmacist Leadership Group

In recognition of the growing number of pharmacists working in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs), the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) and the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) have convened the ACCHO Pharmacist Leadership Group.

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