Managing tensions in statutory professional practice: living and working in rural and remote communities
Clements, Natalie M.
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Documents from an Australian Research Council Discovery grant titled Managing tensions in statutory professional practice: Living and working in rural and remote communities.Documents from an Australian Research Council Discovery grant titled Managing tensions in statutory professional practice: Living and working in rural and remote communities.
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When professionals have mandatory responsibilities in child protection, law enforcement or mental health matters), tensions can arise between workers and the community in which they live. The study will explore solutions to the complex medical, legal and social issues that arise for different professional groups in the discharge of their duties. It will increase current knowledge about the nature of their roles and responsibilities in small communities, and about improving professional practice and retention, leading to improved service delivery and outcomes for individuals, families and communities.
920506 - Rural Health