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    • Australia’s primary health care research workforce 

      Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment; Katterl, Rachel; McIntyre, Ellen (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2009-12)
      Australian healthcare is on the brink of a significant reform process. While much is yet to be decided, two clear themes can be identified from the reform reports. The first is the importance of multidisciplinary team work ...
    • Chronic disease self-management 

      Katterl, Rachel; Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2009-07)
      Chronic conditions cannot be ‘cured’. Therefore effective strategies are required to manage the illnesses and minimise their consequences for patients, their families and the health system. Self-management programs represent ...
    • Dementia and primary health care 

      Katterl, Rachel; Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2009-04)
      Dementia care is becoming increasingly relevant in Australia as our population ages, presenting challenges for an already stretched health system. General practitioners are the first port of call in dementia identification ...
    • Health promotion of physical activity 

      Isherwood, Linda; Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment; Katterl, Rachel; Reinfeld-Kirkman, Nova (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2009-10)
      Health promotion, or “the process of enabling people to increase control over their health and its determinants, and thereby improve their health” is expected to be an integral part of future Australian health policy. It ...
    • Primary health care for people with intellectual disabilities 

      Katterl, Rachel; Bywood, Petra Teresia (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2011-06)
      Over half a million Australians have an intellectual disability and 61% of those have a severe or profound limitation in ‘core’ activities of daily living. The sparse research available concerning health care service use ...
    • Socioeconomic status and accessibility to health care services in Australia 

      Katterl, Rachel (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2011-12)
      Socioeconomic status (SES) is an indicator of income, education, and employment status. It has significant implications for the access to and use of primary health care services. This RESEARCH ROUNDup investigates the ...