Projects

The Families NSW Initiative includes universal home visiting for all families with newborn infants to connect vulnerable and at-risk families who do not access centre-based services to child and family health services ...
Routinely collected electronic health care data, aggregated into large databases, are increasingly being mined, linked and used for audit, continuous quality improvement in clinical care, health service planning, epidemiological study and evaluation research. ...
RCT of a decision support tool for the assessment of absolute cardiovascular risk in general practice. ...
Evaluation of the capacity of Divisions of General Practice in collaboration with other services to support general practice to improve the frequency and quality of their interventions to change SNAP risk factors. ...
To develop and test a series of vignettes to be used to assess which patient attributes influence the GPs decision to make a diagnosis of asthma. ...
The health and well being of Aboriginal Australians is well recognised to be worse than non-Aboriginal Australians. These health disparities have been shown to commence during pregnancy, are present in childhood and continue throughout life. ...
Researchers from the University of New South Wales have partnered with three leading NGO’s who provide volunteer home visiting services to support vulnerable or isolated families.  Drawing on the research literature and extensive practice experience, we have developed and documented in a manual a best practice program to support high quality program implementation.  ...
The suburb of Miller, within Green Valley, is an area of significant socioeconomic disadvantage. Following the fire-bombing of the Miller Community Health Centre, a project to implement a whole government and community partnership model was established. ...
This narrative synthesis addressses the role of generalism in mental health care in promary health care settings and identifies the impications for the Australiam health care system. ...

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