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APHCRI Dialogue: The bulletin of the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (2005 - 2010) : [12]

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Through this bulletin, published between 2005 and 2010, APHCRI debated issues applicable to national policy formulation. Issues emerged through national and international media watches, systematic reviews of research, government documents and discussion at workshops and conferences attended by APHCRI staff. They were within one of eight identified areas of interest for APHCRI addressed in the primary health care setting - namely: 1. Chronic disease management; 2. Integration, co-ordination and multidisciplinary care; 3. Prevention and early intervention; 4. Innovative models for comprehensive primary health care delivery; 5. Innovative models for the management of mental health in primary health care settings; 6. Older Australians and health promotion, prevention and post-acute care; 7. Children and young Australians, health promotion and prevention; and 8. Workforce. A topic area was selected for each issue of the publication and was discussed in the bulletin, with room for responses from readers in future issues. It was recognised that issues addressed in the APHCRI Dialogue would at times be controversial. In putting forward the evidence and raising the questions the aim was to facilitate informed debate – not to take a particular ‘partisan’ line. APHCRI Dialogue had regular features examining how issues discussed in the bulletin have been explored in the media, as well as an update on the activities of the APHCRI team during the quarter, including their policy development work, new research grants, the latest research results and policy and information seminars.

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