The Alice Springs Hospital Readmission Prevention Project (ASHRAPP): a randomised control trial

The Alice Springs Hospital Readmission Prevention Project (ASHRAPP): a randomised control trial Journal Article

BMC Health Services Research

  • Author(s): Diplock, Gabrielle, Ward, James, Stewart, Simon, Scuffham, Paul, Stewart, Penny, Reeve, Carole, Davidson, Lea, Maguire, Graeme
  • Published: 2017
  • Volume: 17
  • ISBN: 1472-6963

Abstract: Hospitals are frequently faced with high levels of emergency department presentations and demand for inpatient care. An important contributing factor is the subset of patients with complex chronic diseases who have frequent and preventable exacerbations of their chronic diseases. Evidence suggests that some of these hospital readmissions can be prevented with appropriate transitional care. Whilst there is a growing body of evidence for transitional care processes in urban, non-indigenous settings, there is a paucity of information regarding rural and remote settings and, specifically, the indigenous context.

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Diplock, Gabrielle, Ward, James, Stewart, Simon, Scuffham, Paul, Stewart, Penny, Reeve, Carole, Davidson, Lea, Maguire, Graeme, 2017, The Alice Springs Hospital Readmission Prevention Project (ASHRAPP): a randomised control trial, Volume:17, Journal Article, viewed 13 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=15835.

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