A systematic review of primary health care delivery models in rural and remote Australia 1993-2006

A systematic review of primary health care delivery models in rural and remote Australia 1993-2006 Report

  • Author(s): Wakerman, John, Humphreys, John, Wells, Robert, Kuipers, Pim, Entwistle, Philip, Jones, Judith
  • Published: 2006
  • Publisher: Centre for Remote Health, and Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute Research School of Population Health, ANU College of Medicine Biology & Environment, Australian National University

Abstract: Rural health policies over the past decade have been driven by the need to reduce health inequalities between metropolitan and rural Australia. These policies have concentrated on addressing workforce issues, targeting the medical workforce in particular. Little policy attention has focused specifically on the systematic development of sustainable comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC) service models appropriate to rural and remote Australia. There is a need to know what model works best where, and why.

Notes: Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute Centre for Remote Health – Flinders University & Charles Darwin University Monash University Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences The University of Queensland

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Wakerman, John, Humphreys, John, Wells, Robert, Kuipers, Pim, Entwistle, Philip, Jones, Judith, 2006, A systematic review of primary health care delivery models in rural and remote Australia 1993-2006, Report, viewed 18 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=3061.

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