Healthy infrastructure: Australian National Broadband Network policy implementation and its importance to health equity
Critical social and economic resources, such as employment, education, and health services, increasingly require online access, highlighting the growing need to address equity of access to high-speed broadband telecommunications. Ensuring access to broadband requires the necessary infrastructure which, in Australia, is the National Broadband Network (NBN). In this paper, we use policy implementation theory to examine the translation of the government’s NBN policy into service delivery,...[Show more]
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