Primary Health Care in Remote Regions: Evaluating the Impact of Visiting Services
||22 November 2019
||10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
||Toowoomba - Q303, or via Zoom
||For more information, please contact the Graduate Research School.
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Visiting primary health care services have been established to deliver a range of services in an accessible format to residents of rural and remote Australia, a population known to experience significant health disadvantage. Visiting services operate with a wide-range of approaches through travelling teams of practitioners based in greater regional centres or major cities. This proposal aims to address a scarcity of evidence pertaining to evaluation approaches for visiting services. Specifically, it aims to conceptualise seven characteristics proposed by Carey and Colleagues (2018) with reference to an individual organisation that delivers mental and allied health care in Central Western Queensland.