The WBM provides essential information, including ‘what to do’ treatment guidelines, concerning women’s health issues in the remote context.
It was developed by Central Australian Aboriginal Congress and Nganampa Health Council in response to the wishes of Aboriginal women to keep women’s health private and separate from other health issues. Congress continues to support the WBM through its Alukura branch.
This culturally respectful resource is particularly relevant for female doctors, midwives, nurses, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioners and health workers.
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