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Clinical-community links to improve health promotion and social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB) in Indigenous communities

Project Member(s): Percival, N.

Funding or Partner Organisation: NHMRC - Centre of Research Excellence in Integrated Quality Improvement
New Organisation (New Fund Source)

Start year: 2017

Publications:

Laycock, AF, Bailie, J, Percival, NA, Matthews, V, Cunningham, FC, Harvey, G, Copley, K, Patel, L & Bailie, R 2019, 'Wide-scale continuous quality improvement: A study of stakeholders' use of quality of care reports at various system levels, and factors mediating use', Frontiers in Public Health, vol. 6, no. JAN.
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Percival, N, Strobel, N, McCalman, J, Matthews, V, Bailie, J, Bailie, R & Burgess, P 2019, 'Do Primary HealthCare linkages with community improve preventive care for Indigenous adults?', Public Health Prevention Conference 2019: Smashing the Silos, Melbourne, Australia.

FOR Codes: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Primary Health Care, Health Promotion, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health - Health System Performance (incl. Effectiveness of Interventions)