An action research project to strengthen inter-professional learning and practice across the ACT health system [ 2007 - 2010 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers A/Prof J Braithwaite; A/Prof RA Iedema; A/Prof JI Westbrook; A/Prof AR Foxwell; Dr RA Boyce; Prof TM Devinney; A/Prof MM Budge

Brief description There are 14 beneficial reasons why this project is vital to the fabric of our nation. These include: the economic benefits of a more efficient health-care system; the social benefits of more responsive and resilient workplaces; the research benefits of better knowledge about how professionals can work together effectively; the consumer benefits of improved patient care; health sector benefits in assisting health reforms to be more effective; and education sector benefits in understanding how professionals from different disciplines can learn together more collaboratively. The benefits are transferable to other industries and professional groups, as well as to Australia's international partners.

Funding Amount $944,000

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