Managing Two Worlds Together: Stage 3: Improving Aboriginal Patient Journeys. Workbook (Version 1)

Janet Kelly, Judith Dwyer, Brita Pekarsky, Tamara Mackean, Natalie McCabe, Jacene Wiseman, Charlotte de Crespigny, Kim O'Donnell

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    Abstract

    The tools contained in this Workbook are an outcome of the Improving Aboriginal Patient Journeys study, Stage 3 of the Managing Two Worlds Together project. Many Aboriginal care journeys are complex, challenging and overwhelming – not only for the person experiencing the journey but also for their family and the staff members supporting them within and across various health and support services. Thus, the aim of the IAPJ study was to develop, refine and evaluate a set of Aboriginal patient journey mapping tools for use in quality improvement and education.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherThe Lowitja Institute
    Number of pages42
    Place of PublicationMelbourne
    ISBN (Print) 9781921889295
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

    Keywords

    • Patient care
    • Indigenous Australians
    • improvement strategies

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    Kelly, J., Dwyer, J., Pekarsky, B., Mackean, T., McCabe, N., Wiseman, J., de Crespigny, C., & O'Donnell, K. (2015). Managing Two Worlds Together: Stage 3: Improving Aboriginal Patient Journeys. Workbook (Version 1). The Lowitja Institute.