Vaccine Story

The journey a vaccine takes to a remote Australian community
A short health promotion video telling the story of a vaccine’s journey from a supply centre to administration in a remote Aboriginal community in a novel, engaging and culturally appropriate manner.
Vaccine Story: The journey a vaccine takes to a remote Australian community

eLearning Module

Collaboration on eLearning Module

CARPA has recently collaborated with Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC) in the development of a eLearning module titled ‘Introduction to Remote Nursing Scope of Practice’. The module is freely available on the RAHC website-


Orientation to Remote Primary Health Care Manuals – video to improve delivery of health care in remote Australia through improved use of recommended clinical guidelines now available.

New editions of RPHCM available

You can access the manuals via the RPHCM website.

The new editions of the Remote Primary Health Care Manuals were launched at the CRANAplus Conference in Broome. The latest editions include:

  • CARPA Standard Treatment Manual 7th edition
  • Minymaku Kutju Tjukurpa — Women’s Business Manual 6th edition
  • Clinical Procedures Manual for remote and rural practice 4th edition
  • Medicines Book for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners 4th edition

What we do

Support Education and Professional Development

CARPA supports the education and professional development of remote and Indigenous health
professionals. We do this though sponsoring education events and supporting individuals to undertake
activities or attend events.

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Develop Resources

CARPA develops resources to support high quality care in remote and Indigenous health, including activities to improve the utilisation of the Remote Primary Health Care Manuals.

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Governance of Remote Primary Health Care Manuals

CARPA plays a key role in the governance and production of the Remote Primary Health Care Manuals. These are a suite of clinical guidelines for primary health care practitioners working in remote Indigenous health services. They guide clinical practice in many areas across rural and remote Australia.