The first ever nation-wide sexually transmitted infections and blood borne viruses clinical audit tool has been developed to reflect the best practice for Indigenous primary sexual healthcare. The tool is available through the National Centre for Quality Improvement in Indigenous Primary Health Care (One21seventy) for translation into routine primary healthcare quality improvement practice and is available to over 200 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care services. Future research around uptake of the tool and its impact on sexual health care delivery will enable effective allocation of resources to improve the quality of primary sexual health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
- Continuous Quality Improvement in Primary Health Care: What does it mean? PDF [5.7 MB] – Dr Barbara Nattabi's presentation at her workplace following the Lowitja Institute CQI Conference in 2012.
New CQI tool to manage STIs and BBVs, One21Seventy.
- Meeting the needs of end users: the process of development of a sexual health clinical audit tool for Indigenous primary health care services, presented by Dr Barbara Nattabi at Lowitja Institute 2nd National Conference on Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health care, March 2014 Melbourne.
Meeting the needs of end users, presented by Barbara Nattabi at The 2nd Annual NHMRC Research Translation Symposium: From Bench to Bourke: improving practice, policy and commercialisation. October 2013, Sydney.
Poster, presented by Barbara Nattabi at the Australasian Sexual Health Conference: Condoms & Beyond, Completing the Sexual Health Picture. October 2014, Sydney.