Australian Government health advisory groups and health policy: Seeking a horse, finding a camel
• Since its election, the Rudd Labor Government has created 10 new advisory bodies in the health portfolio, in addition to the 100 or more that were already established. • An expansive and devolved advisory system could improve the health policy-makin
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