Northern Australia health service delivery sector final report
Researchers working on a comprehensive assessment of health service delivery across Northern Australia will discuss their report outcomes and recommendations during a live webinar event.
The Northern Australia health service delivery situational analysis is the first pan-northern assessment of issues and priorities for health service delivery and was commissioned by the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA).
The eight-month study examined the sector’s current state-of-play and identified strategic long-term development opportunities across northern Queensland, the Northern Territory and northern Western Australia.
Read a summary of the report HERE.
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When: 4:00 PM AEST
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Prof. Maxine Whittaker (Dean - College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences @James Cook University)
Maxine A. Whittaker, MBBS, MPH , PhD, FAFPHM, GAICD s also Co-Director of the World Health Organisation's Collaborating Centre for Vector Borne Diseases and Neglected Tropical Diseases. In 2017 she was awarded the Royal Australasian College of Physicians International Medal in recognition of outstanding service in developing countries.
Dr Sarah Larkins (Professor, Health Systems Strengthening College of Medicine & Dentistry @James Cook University)
Dr Sarah Larkins is an academic general practitioner and Professor of Health Systems Strengthening in the College of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University. Sarah has particular skills and experience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research and health services and workforce research and is an internationally recognised expert in social accountability in health professional education. Sarah is also Co-Director of the Anton Breinl Research Centre for Health Systems Strengthening, a centre of the Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine.