Australian Journal of Primary Health
Volume 23 Number 1 2017
PYv23n1_ED1Improving processes that underpin Australian primary health care
PY16096Indicators for continuous quality improvement for otitis media in primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
PY16005Out-of-pocket healthcare expenditure and chronic disease – do Australians forgo care because of the cost?
PY16036Factors associated with duration of inpatient hospital stay for patients with diabetes mellitus admitted to a medical unit in a community public hospital
PY15115Understanding patient access patterns for primary health-care services for Aboriginal and Islander people in Queensland: a geospatial mapping approach
PY15105Association between patient age, geographical location, Indigenous status and hospitalisation for oral and dental conditions in Queensland, Australia
PY16038Using logic models to enhance the methodological quality of primary health-care interventions: guidance from an intervention to promote nutrition care by general practitioners and practice nurses
PY15177Improving follow-up care for women with a history of gestational diabetes: perspectives of GPs and patients
PY15189The AgED Study. Age-related eye disease (AgED) in South Australian general practice: are we blind to early detection and intervention?
PY15187Newly arrived refugee children with Helicobacter pylori are thinner than their non-infected counterparts
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PY16123Rural and regional community health service boards: perceptions of community health – a Delphi study
PY16131'I'm not sure it paints an honest picture of where my health's at' – identifying community health and research priorities based on health assessments within an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community: a qualitative study
PY16033Workforce insights on how health promotion is practised in an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service
PY16084Characteristics of patients presenting to an after-hours clinic: results of a MAGNET analysis
PY16082Are low-to-middle-income households experiencing food insecurity in Victoria, Australia? An examination of the Victorian Population Health Survey, 2006–2009
PY16095A preliminary investigation of the Partners in Health scale measurement properties in patients with end stage renal disease
PY16135Reducing recurrence of bacterial skin infections in Aboriginal children in rural communities: new ways of thinking, new ways of working
PY16069Coproducing Aboriginal patient journey mapping tools for improved quality and coordination of care
PY16053‘It depends on the consultation’: revisiting use of family members as interpreters for general practice consultations – when and why?
PY16054Barriers and enablers to malnutrition screening of community-living older adults: a content analysis of survey data by Australian dietitians
PY16024The reach and flow of health information in two Aboriginal communities: a social network analysis
PY16068Developing research priorities in Australian primary health care: a focus on nutrition and physical activity
PY15190Surviving or thriving in the primary health care research workforce: the Australian experience
PY16088Socioeconomic status as a factor in Indigenous and non-Indigenous children with hearing loss: analysis of national survey data
PY15191Findings from a clinical audit in regional general practice of management of patients following acute coronary syndrome
PY16022Home care packages: insights into the experiences of older people leading up to the introduction of consumer directed care in Australia
PY15131Research culture and capacity in community health services: results of a structured survey of staff
PY15159Variations in perceived primary healthcare access across family structures and their predictors in adolescents
PY15175Mapping access to health services as a strategy for planning: access to primary care for older people in regional Queensland
PY16012Reducing emergency department presentations among chronically ill patients in Western Sydney: a key role for coordinated primary care
PY16039When colocation is not enough: a case study of General Practitioner Super Clinics in Australia
These articles have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. They are still in production and have not been edited, so may differ from the final published form.
Understanding the factors that make public participation effective in health policy and planning: a realist synthesis
Citizen participation in health services co-production: a roadmap for navigating participation types and outcomes
Health and wellbeing outcomes of programs that include strategies to enable the expression of cultural identities for Indigenous Australians: a systematic review
Are changes in Australian national primary health care policy likely to promote or impede equity of access? A narrative review.
Understanding health talk in an urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care service: a cross-sectional study
Not just tea and biscuits; the Gold Coast Primary Health Network process of designing, implementing and operating a Community Advisory Council
Improving community access to terminal phase medicines in Australia: Identification of the key considerations for the implementation of a âcore medicines listâ
Integrated care among health care providers in shared maternity care: What is the role of paper and electronic health records?
Beyond diagnosis and survivorship: findings from a mixed-methods study of a community-based cancer support service
Role of information and communication technology in promoting oral health at residential aged care facilities
Is the Counterweight Program a feasible and acceptable option for structured weight management delivered by practice nurses in Australia? A mixed methods study.
âWe didnât have to dance around itâ: opt-out HIV testing among homeless and marginalised patients
STAYINâ ON TRACK: THE FEASIBILITY OF DEVELOPING INTERNET AND MOBILE-PHONE BASED RESOURCES TO SUPPORT YOUNG ABORIGINAL FATHERS
Collective and negotiated design for a clinical trial addressing smoking cessation supports for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers in NSW, SA and QLD.
Are Primary Health Care Services Culturally Appropriate for Aboriginal People: Findings from a Remote Community
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