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Integration, coordination and multidisciplinary approaches in primary care: a systematic investigation of the literature

Tieman, Jennifer; Mitchell, Geoffrey; Shelby-James, Tania; Currow, David; Fazekas, Belinda S; O'Doherty, Lorna J; Hegarty, Meg; Eriksson, Lars; Brown, R; Reid-Orr, Desley


Australia's population is ageing and there is an increasing burden of chronic disease putting pressure on the health system. These challenges have raised interest and awareness of primary health care models of care, like the use of integrated, co-ordinated multidisciplinary team approaches. This review looked at the existence and effectiveness of these models in primary health care settings.

CollectionsANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)
Type: Report (Research)


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