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QAIHC external report 2 : Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services Clinical Excellence (ACE program)

by Queensland Aboriginal & Islander Health Council

Report
Year 2013
City Brisbane
Institution Queensland Aboriginal & Islander Health Council
Date August 2013

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  • Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services clinical excellence (ACE) program

    The Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services clinical excellence (ACE) program (formerly known as the Closing the gap collaborative) is a primary health care quality improvement initiative designed to help clinical teams work together to reduce lifestyle risk, improve clinical outcomes and help maintain good health for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Queensland.

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Last updated: 1 October 2013
 
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