Skill mix translation - top down or bottom up? An international comparison
Primary health care skill mix is one of the major issues now occupying the mindsets of Australian clinicians, policy makers and researchers alike. The change of Federal government in late 2007 has resulted in increased ministerial interest in the diversification of skills within primary care and led to a number of enquiries into ways this might be achieved. The APHCRI Stream Six review entitled “Optimising skill mix in the primary care workforce for the care of older Australians” identified...[Show more]
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|may_full_report_pdf_15570.pdf||Full Report||122.21 kB||Adobe PDF|
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