Managing Two Worlds Together: Stage 3: Improving Aboriginal Patient Journeys. Cardiac case studies
Janet Kelly, Judith Dwyer, Kylie Herman, Gay Martin, Cheryl Wilden, Toni East, Christine Russell, Sarah Brown
Department of Health Care Management, Flinders University, 2015 - Aboriginal Australians - 48 pages
"The Improving Aboriginal Patient Journeys (IAPJ) study is the third stage of the Managing Two Worlds Together (MTWT) project. The MTWT project investigated what works well and what needs improvement in the health system for Aboriginal people who travel for hospital and specialist care from rural and remote areas of South Australia and the Northern Territory to city hospitals. ... Stage 3 (2013-15) involved an expanded research team and staff participants working together in a range of health care and education settings in South Australia and the Northern Territory. The aim was to modify, adapt and test the Aboriginal PJM tools developed in Stages 1 and 2"--Page v.
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