Snapshot of Australian primary health care research 2014
Snapshot of Australian primary health care research 2014 is a collaborative venture involving representatives from PHCRIS and the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute, with support from the Australian Government Department of Health.
This snapshot of recent Australian research projects demonstrates the potential for primary health care research to improve the health of Australians.
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- The Community Navigator Model
- Timely diagnosis and management of dementia in general practice
- An effective and efficient mental health service in remote Australia
- TORPEDO: electronic decision support for cardiovascular risk management
- Aboriginal perspectives on tobacco smoking in pregnancy and in the household
- Mistakes happen: developing a patient safety collaborative for general practice
- 10 Small Steps: health behaviour intervention for general practice patients
- Geographic data analysis in primary health care
- The Possums Approach: cry-fuss behaviours and maternal mood
- HOME alone no more
- Measuring delayed recovery in musculoskeletal injuries
- PEACH: patient engagement and coaching
- Building cultural education and cultural mentoring capacity
- FAST: a family history screening tool for chronic disease prevention
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This publication was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. The views expressed in the publication do not necessarily represent the position of the Australian Government.
Production Team: Ellen McIntyre, Christina Hagger, Jodie Oliver-Baxter, Amanda Carne, Fiona Hawkins, Kate Fuller
Editorial: Kate Fuller
Graphic Designer: Andrew Vincent, Andrew Vincent Graphic Design
Printed: June 2014