Workshop - The relationship between sub-acute care & primary health care

Date & time

9am–4pm 12 December 2013


The Common Room, University House, Corner Balmain Cres & Liversidge St, The Australian National University


 Chilandu Mukuka
 +61 2 6125 0782

APHCRI is conducting the first workshop for its new research stream: the relationship between sub-acute care and primary health care. Five research projects are awarded funding under this stream.

This workshop is an opportunity to learn more about current direction in integration in primary health care and the current practices of how patients transition from one care system to the other. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to interact with project researchers and learn more about the specific research projects.

Research projects

Project 1: Join the conversation: evaluating the effectiveness of experienced based co-design in improving the client experience of mental health transition across health sector interfaces

Project 2: Enhancing health system interfaces: a study of experiences of sub-acute care patients, their carers & providers

Project 3: Improving the ‘network planning and management’ of integrated primary mental health care for older people in rural regions

Project 4: Functional decline in community-dwelling older people and the Medicare 75+ health assessments

Project 5: REDIRECT: reducing older patients’ avoidable presentations for emergency care treatment

Read more about the research projects.


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