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Chronic condition management and self-management in Aboriginal communities in South Australia: outcomes of a longitudinal study

by Harvey PW, Petkov J, Kowanko I, Helps Y, Battersby M

Journal article
Year 2013
Journal Australian Health Review
Volume 37
Issue 2
Page 246-250

Abstract

This paper describes the longitudinal component of a larger mixed methods study into the processes and outcomes of chronic condition management and self-management strategies implemented in three Indigenous communities in South Australia. The study was designed to document the connection between the application of structured systems of care for Indigenous people and their longer-term health status.

Abstract adapted from Australian Health Review

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