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Rural Health Benchmarking Project 2013/14: Final Report and Recommendations


Barnett, T and Auckland, S and Bridgman, H and Cross, M and Dennis, S and Feely, A and Kirschbaum, M and Dunbar, J and Coates, M and Healey, C and Booth, S, Rural Health Benchmarking Project 2013/14: Final Report and Recommendations pp. 1-25. (2014) [Substantial Review]

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The University of Tasmania’s (UTAS) CRH and the Flinders/Deakin University Greater Green Triangle UDRH agreed to undertake a benchmarking project based on the CRH Annual Project Report template (Key Performance Indicators 1-8). The project also drew on the four Rural Pharmacy Liaison Officers (RPLO) Objectives. A peer review workshop between both parties was undertaken from the 21-23 October, 2013 at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania and another workshop held from the 03 - 04 February, 2014 at Warrnambool, Victoria. The benchmarking workshops were considered mutually beneficial in developing a shared conversation around UDRH initiatives, performance indicators and outcomes.

This report outlines the preparation and implementation of the peer review workshops, and summarises key findings and recommendations from the project for UTAS.

Item Details

Item Type:Substantial Review
Keywords:benchmarking, rural health
Research Division:Education
Research Group:Education systems
Research Field:Higher education
Objective Division:Health
Objective Group:Specific population health (excl. Indigenous health)
Objective Field:Rural and remote area health
UTAS Author:Barnett, T (Associate Professor Tony Barnett)
UTAS Author:Auckland, S (Mr Stuart Auckland)
UTAS Author:Bridgman, H (Dr Heather Bridgman)
UTAS Author:Cross, M (Dr Merylin Cross)
UTAS Author:Dennis, S (Ms Sharon Dennis)
UTAS Author:Feely, A (Mrs Amanda Feely)
UTAS Author:Kirschbaum, M (Mr Mark Kirschbaum)
UTAS Author:Booth, S (Dr Sara Booth)
ID Code:107606
Year Published:2014
Deposited By:DVC - Education
Deposited On:2016-03-18
Last Modified:2016-03-21

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