Evaluating tools to self-manage chronic disease

Evaluating tools to self-manage chronic disease

Members

Principal investigator

This project is investigating three significant issues central to inter-professional learning (IPL), chronic disease and patient self-management.

The aims of the project are listed below.

  • To evaluate the IPL and community-of-practice / networking outcomes of professionals, including the patient-as-professional.
  • To investigate the use of chronic disease management tools.
  • To examine the health literacy capacity of the patient-as-professional.

 

 

 

Partnerships

Funding sources

  • Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) Sharing Health Care Initiative

Project partners

  • The Australian National University Centre for Health Stewardship
  • University of New South Wales Centre for Clinical Governance Research

Chronic Disease Self-management Tools Evaluation Network (CDSMTEN)

Updated:  26 May 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  Coordinator