An Historical Analysis of the Development of Community-Based Health Services in Queensland 1969-1981

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Patterson, Elizabeth

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Conrick, Moya

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2007
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This study describes and critically analyses the structure and development of community-based health services in Queensland in the 1970s. The study focuses on the development of community nursing. In the 1970s nurses were the largest single group of health professionals working in community-based health services and were identified as being central to the fulfillment of the Community Health programme (CHP).

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Thesis (PhD Doctorate)

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

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School of Nursing

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The author owns the copyright in this thesis, unless stated otherwise.

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Pages 65 onwards have been scanned.

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Community Health Programme Queensland

Community-based health services Queensland

Nursing professionals

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