REDIRECT: reducing older patients’ avoidable presentations for emergency care treatment

REDIRECT: reducing older patients’ avoidable presentations for emergency care treatment

Caring for an ageing population raises significant challenges to the health care system, including emergency care.

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Future of APHCRI - Update

Future of APHCRI - Update

The Australian National University’s (ANU) contract with the Department of Health for APHCRI was due to cease on 31 December 2015.

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‘Rurality’ and community amenity: How they relate to rural primary care supply and workforce retention

‘Rurality’ and community amenity: How they relate to rural primary care supply and workforce retention

Poorer access to supply of, and retention of, a primary health care workforce remain key characteristics of rural regions of Australia and the United States

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Recording research impact - free of charge database

Recording research impact - free of charge database

A Research Impact Database was developed by members of the Centre of Research Excellence in Rural and Remote Primary Health Care (CRERRPHC), to record the re

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Tips for Multi-Institution Research Managers

Tips for Multi-Institution Research Managers

Establishing and coordinating a multi-institution research centres is complex and time consuming, and limited “how to” resources are available.

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APHCRI Network - Translation and Implementation activities

APHCRI Network - Translation and Implementation activities

APHCRI’s research funding programs seek to fund research which addresses national health priorities in a way which allows more opportunity for research to be

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Inquiry into Chronic Disease Prevention and Management in Primary Health Care

Inquiry into Chronic Disease Prevention and Management in Primary Health Care

A large number of health conditions can be classified as chronic disease.

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Welcome to APHCRI, the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute. APHCRI is funded through the Australian Government Department of Health to commission research. The majority of the research is conducted through the APHCRI Network.

APHCRI supports and develops primary health care research which is driven by the health care needs of the Australian community and can directly inform the development and implementation of health policies and services (and vice versa).

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Updated:  6 July 2015/Responsible Officer:  Director, APHCRI/Page Contact:  Web Admin, APHCRI