SHine SA's Cervical Screening Credentialling Program for registered nurses who will continue to use the skills developed in the program.
The Controlled Substances Act 1984 (opens in a new window) and regulations include controls over the manufacture, sale, supply, possession and use of some of these substances (controlled substances).
Under the South Australian Public Health Act 2011, medical practitioners and diagnostic laboratories are required to notify SA Health of cases suspected of having or diagnosed with specified infections or diseases.
The program has been caring for South Australian women since 1989, and has seven clinics located in the Adelaide metropolitan area, and three mobile screening units that travel to 34 locations across the state.
SAMAC provides a resource for the delivery of advice on the equitable and quality use of medicines in SA to provide all South Australians with access to quality, safe, complete and affordable health care.
Provide clinical and emotional health and wellbeing services as part of the Women's and Children's Health Network.
Return to work SA website - offering support to SA workplaces in managing and preventin workplace injuries