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2014 PHC Research Conference highlights Thank you to the 2014 PHC Research Conference delegates who completed the conference evaluation. PHCRIS has donated to the RFDS 'Buy the Sky' on your behalf and "purchased" 19 unique 1km square patches of sky of specific coordinates along nominated Royal Flying Doctors' flight paths. Thank you for keeping the Flying Doctor flying. posted 16 October 2014
Policy Issue Review Want to know more about national data sets? Check out this three minute podcast, featuring highlights from the 4th Rural & Remote Health Scientific Symposium, including information about national data sets and how they can be used to improve the health and wellbeing of Australians living in rural and remote areas. posted 8 October 2014
2014 PHC Research Conference highlights The 2014 PHC Research Conference focused on return on investment from research to improve primary health care outcomes. See the take home messages from Nick Goodwin (CEO, International Foundation for Integrated Care); Nancy Edwards (Scientific Director, Canadian Institutes of Health Research); and Gawaine Powell Davies (CEO, Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, UNSW) in our Conference highlights video. posted 8 October 2014
2014 PHC Research Conference evaluation The 2014 PHC Research Conference Evaluation Report is now available! The online evaluation was completed by 187 (42%) delegates who appreciated the program content, new ideas and networking opportunities posted 8 October 2014
October 2014 PHCRIS infonet The October 2014 PHCRIS infonet is now available. See the Editorial Getting the best bang for your research buck by Ellen McIntyre, Director, PHCRIS, plus Medicare Local matters, PHCRED updates, and other PHC updates. Read all this and more online now! posted 1 October 2014
RESEARCH ROUNDup The latest RESEARCH ROUNDup: Home Medicine Review: Recent changes and potential implications provides a brief overview of the current evidence of the benefits and limitations of Home Medicine Reviews (HMR) and discusses cohorts of patients who might be targeted to maximise HMR benefits. posted 17 September 2014

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