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The Resource Improving the patient journey : achieving positive outcomes for remote Aboriginal cardiac patients, Monica Lawrence (Project Leader) ; Project Team members Zell Dodd...[et al.]

Improving the patient journey : achieving positive outcomes for remote Aboriginal cardiac patients, Monica Lawrence (Project Leader) ; Project Team members Zell Dodd...[et al.]

Label
Improving the patient journey : achieving positive outcomes for remote Aboriginal cardiac patients
Title
Improving the patient journey
Title remainder
achieving positive outcomes for remote Aboriginal cardiac patients
Statement of responsibility
Monica Lawrence (Project Leader) ; Project Team members Zell Dodd...[et al.]
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
LACC
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1962-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Lawrence, Monica
Dewey number
362.10899915
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dodd, Zell
  • Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health (Australia)
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Heart
  • Hospitals
  • Patient representatives
  • Patient advocacy
  • Patient Assistance Transfer Scheme (N.T.)
  • Medical social work
  • Nurse and patient
  • Transport of sick and wounded
Target audience
specialized
Label
Improving the patient journey : achieving positive outcomes for remote Aboriginal cardiac patients, Monica Lawrence (Project Leader) ; Project Team members Zell Dodd...[et al.]
Link
http://www.crcah.org.au/publications/downloads/Improving-the-Patient-Journey.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Report based on "...the trialling in early 2007 of a Pilot Remote Nurse Liason Service for Aboriginal patients living in remote Northern Territory communities who needed to travel south for life-saving heart surgery...Support for the activity has come from a range of quarters, including the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Flinders University, Adelaide and the Australian Nursing Federation." --Foreword, p.iii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: (p. 20)
Contents
Introduction: What drove this research? -- What did we want to find out? -- How was the research done? -- Background: What was known about how Aboriginal patients from remote areas deal with the journey to hospital? -- What was known about how Aboriginal people from remote areas cope with the consequences of their treatment on return to their home community? -- What was learned?: Cognitive control -- Financial costs associated with travel -- Language interpreters -- Communication/helath education -- Systemic issues -- What improvements can be made? -- What has been achieved so far?: Improved clinical/cultural liaison around patient care -- Improved patient care/safety, hospital efficiencies and cultural respect -- Influencing national healthcare policy -- What else needs to be done?
Control code
000044506977
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
vi, 20 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 3 donated by Onemda
Isbn
9780734040565
Label
Improving the patient journey : achieving positive outcomes for remote Aboriginal cardiac patients, Monica Lawrence (Project Leader) ; Project Team members Zell Dodd...[et al.]
Link
http://www.crcah.org.au/publications/downloads/Improving-the-Patient-Journey.pdf
Publication
Note
Report based on "...the trialling in early 2007 of a Pilot Remote Nurse Liason Service for Aboriginal patients living in remote Northern Territory communities who needed to travel south for life-saving heart surgery...Support for the activity has come from a range of quarters, including the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Flinders University, Adelaide and the Australian Nursing Federation." --Foreword, p.iii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: (p. 20)
Contents
Introduction: What drove this research? -- What did we want to find out? -- How was the research done? -- Background: What was known about how Aboriginal patients from remote areas deal with the journey to hospital? -- What was known about how Aboriginal people from remote areas cope with the consequences of their treatment on return to their home community? -- What was learned?: Cognitive control -- Financial costs associated with travel -- Language interpreters -- Communication/helath education -- Systemic issues -- What improvements can be made? -- What has been achieved so far?: Improved clinical/cultural liaison around patient care -- Improved patient care/safety, hospital efficiencies and cultural respect -- Influencing national healthcare policy -- What else needs to be done?
Control code
000044506977
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
vi, 20 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 3 donated by Onemda
Isbn
9780734040565

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