Inter-professional learning in primary health care

Inter-professional learning in primary health care

This project designed an education package for group leaders of community activities to welcome people with chronic disease into their social and physical activities.

The aims of the project are listed below.

  • To design an interprofessional education package to enact patient self-management of chronic disease.
  • To resource a self-sustaining interprofessional patient self-management chronic disease network.

Partnerships

Funding sources

  • Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) Australian Better Health Initiative

Project partners

  • ACT Division of General Practice and ACT Health
  • The Australian National University Centre for Health Stewardship
  • University of New South Wales Centre for Clinical Governance Research

 

How to include people with chronic disease in community activities

Training group leaders how to include people with chronic disease in community activities

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