A systematic review of chronic disease management
Worldwide, chronic disease is on the rise, placing an increasing burden on those affected, their carers and the health system. In Australia many chronic diseases are predominantly managed in primary health care (PHC) and there is a need to understand how to do this more effectively. A systematic review was conducted on chronic disease management in primary health care using the Chronic Care Model (CCM) as the conceptual framework.
|Collections||ANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)|
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|final_25_zwar_pdf_85791.pdf||Full Report||2.09 MB||Adobe PDF|
|appendices_templated_pdf_12495.pdf||Appendices||771.48 kB||Adobe PDF|
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