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April 15, 2020

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04 COVID-19


Priorities for improved management of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease: analysis of cross-sectional continuous quality improvement data in Aboriginal primary healthcare centres in Australia.
Katzenellenbogen JM, Bond-Smith D, Ralph AP, Wilmot M, Marsh J, Bailie R, Matthews V.
Aust Health Rev. 2020 Apr;44(2):212-221. doi: 10.1071/AH19132.

Cultural safety in hospitals: validating an empirical measurement tool to capture the Aboriginal patient experience.
Elvidge E, Paradies Y, Aldrich R, Holder C.
Aust Health Rev. 2020 Apr;44(2):205-211. doi: 10.1071/AH19227.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander preferences for healthcare settings: effective use of design images in survey research 
Michele Haynes, Timothy O'Rourke, Daphne Nash, Bernard Baffour, Sue York, Carys Chainey, Georgia Betros and Paul Memmott 
Australian Health Review 44(2) 222-227

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Effectiveness of an Ambient Intelligent Geriatric Management system (AmbIGeM) to prevent falls in older people in hospitals: protocol for the AmbIGeM stepped wedge pragmatic trial.
Visvanathan R, Ranasinghe DC, Wilson A, Lange K, Dollard J, Boyle E, Karnon J, Raygan E, Maher S, Ingram K, Pazhvoor S, Hoskins S, Hill K.
Inj Prev. 2019 Jun;25(3):157-165. doi: 10.1136/injuryprev-2017-042507. Epub 2017 Aug 19.

A new model of care and in‐house general practitioners for residential aged care facilities: a stepped wedge, cluster randomised trial
Terry P Haines, Andrew J Palmer, Petra Tierney, Lei Si and Andrew L Robinson
Med J Aust Published online: 6 Apr 2020

Failure to access prescribed pharmaceuticals by older patients with chronic conditions 
Ian McRae, Kees van Gool, Jane Hall, Laurann Yen and Michael Wright 
Australian Health Review 44(2) 270-276

Exploring information technology (IT) sophistication in New South Wales residential aged care facilities 
Gregory L. Alexander, Andrew Georgiou, Joyce Siette, Richard Madsen, Anne Livingstone, Johanna Westbrook and Chelsea Deroche 
Australian Health Review 44(2) 288-296

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03 AI & eHEALTH 

AI Is Changing Work — and Leaders Need to Adapt
Martin Fleming 
Harvard Business Review March 24, 2020

How Hospitals Are Using AI to Battle Covid-19
Kelley A. Wittbold , Colleen Carroll , Marco Iansiti , Haipeng Mark Zhang and Adam B. Landman
Harvard Business Review April 03, 2020

How Chronic-Disease Patients Are Innovating Together Online
Susannah Fox
Harvard Business Review April 09, 2020

How Hospitals Are Using AI to Battle Covid-19
Kelley A. Wittbold , Colleen Carroll , Marco Iansiti , Haipeng Mark Zhang and Adam B. Landman
Harvard Business Review April 03, 2020

Artificial intelligence in health care: accountability and safety
Ibrahim Habli, Tom Lawton & Zoe Porter
Bull World Health Organ 2020;98:251–256

Ethical challenges of digital health technologies: Aadhaar, India
Vijayaprasad Gopichandran, Parasuraman Ganeshkumar, Sambit Dash & Aarthy Ramasamy
Bull World Health Organ 2020;98:277–281

Artificial intelligence and the ongoing need for empathy, compassion and trust in healthcare
Angeliki Kerasidou
Bull World Health Organ 2020;98:245–250 

Safeguards for the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in global health
Amy K Paul & Merrick Schaefer
Bull World Health Organ 2020;98:282-283

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04 COVID-19

Compassionate Use of Remdesivir for Patients with Severe Covid-19
Jonathan Grein, M.D., Norio Ohmagari, M.D., Ph.D., Daniel Shin, M.D., George Diaz, M.D., et al
NEJM 10 April 2020

Isolation and rapid sharing of the 2019 novel coronavirus (SARS‐CoV‐2) from the first patient diagnosed with COVID‐19 in Australia
Leon Caly, Julian Druce, Jason Roberts, Katherine Bond, Thomas Tran, Renata Kostecki, et al
Med J Aust  13 Apr 2020

SARS‐CoV‐2, the medical profession, ventilator beds, and mortality predictions: personal reflections of an Australian clinician
Nicholas J Talley
Med J Aust 13 Apr 2020

The growth in COVID-19 cases in Australia appears to have slowed
Stephen Duckett, Anika Stobart and Will Mackey
The Conversation, April 1 2020

Covid-19: What is the evidence for cloth masks?
BMJ 2020;369:m142 (Published 07 April 2020)

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation after hospital admission with covid-19
BMJ 2020;369:m1387 (Published 06 April 2020)

Covid-19: Why Germany’s case fatality rate seems so low
BMJ 2020;369:m1395(Published 07 April 2020)

Coronavirus (COVID-19): evidence relevant to critical care
Cochrane Special Collections 27 March 2020

Cardiovascular disease and COVID-19: Australian/New Zealand consensus statement
Sarah Zaman, Andrew I MacIsaac, Garry LR Jennings, et al
Published online: 3 Apr 2020

Modelling the impact of COVID-19 upon intensive care services in New South Wales
Fox et al;
Medical Journal of Australia 30 March 2020

Managing haematology and oncology patients during the COVID-19 pandemic: interim consensus guidance
Robert Weinkove, Zoe McQuilten, Jonathan Adler, Meera Agar, et al 
Med J Aust Published online: 20 March 2020

Virological assessment of hospitalized patients with COVID-2019.
Wölfel, R., Corman, V.M., Guggemos, W. et al.
Nature (2020).

Universal Masking in Hospitals in the Covid-19 Era
Michael Klompas and Others
NEJM 01 April 2020

Epidemiology of Covid-19 in a Long-Term Care Facility in King County, Washington
Temet M. McMichael and Others
NEJM 27 March 2020

Covid-19 in Critically Ill Patients in the Seattle Region — Case Series
Pavan K. Bhatraju and Others
NEJM 30 March 2020

Renin–Angiotensin–Aldosterone System Inhibitors in Patients with Covid-19
Muthiah Vaduganathan and Others
NEJM 30 March 2020

Seeking Evidence-Based Covid-19 Preparedness: A FEMA Framework for Clinic Management
Jennifer M. Schmidt
NEJM Catalyst 25 March 2020

At the Epicenter of the Covid-19 Pandemic and Humanitarian Crises in Italy: Changing Perspectives on Preparation and Mitigation
Mirco Nacoti and Others
NEJM Catalyst 21 March 2020

Pharmacologic Treatments for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): A Review 
James M. Sanders, PhD, PharmD; Marguerite L. Monogue, PharmD; Tomasz Z. Jodlowski, PharmD; et al.
JAMA. Published online April 13, 2020

Association of Public Health Interventions With the Epidemiology of the COVID-19 Outbreak in Wuhan, China 
An Pan, PhD; Li Liu, MD, PhD; Chaolong Wang, PhD; et al.
JAMA. Published online April 10, 2020.

Baseline Characteristics and Outcomes of 1591 Patients Infected With SARS-CoV-2 Admitted to ICUs of the Lombardy Region, Italy 
Giacomo Grasselli, MD; Alberto Zangrillo, MD; Alberto Zanella, MD; et al
JAMA. Published online April 6, 2020.

The COVID-19 Pandemic in the US: A Clinical Update 
Saad B. Omer, MBBS, PhD; Preeti Malani, MD, MSJ; Carlos del Rio, MD
JAMA. Published online April 6, 2020. 

Treatment of Critically Ill Patients With COVID-19 With Convalescent Plasma 
Chenguang Shen, PhD; Zhaoqin Wang, PhD; Fang Zhao, PhD; et al
JAMA. Published online March 27, 2020. 

Coronavirus Disease 2019 and Children: What Pediatric Health Care Clinicians Need to Know
Sonja A. Rasmussen, MD, MS; Lindsay A. Thompson, MD, MS
JAMA Pediatr. Published online April 3, 2020.

Characteristics and Outcomes of Critically Ill Patients With COVID-19 in Washington State 
Matt Arentz, MD; Eric Yim, MD; Lindy Klaff, MD; et al
JAMA. Published online March 19, 2020

Caring for people with COVID-19: Supporting Australia’s healthcare professionals with continually updated, evidence-based clinical guidelines
National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce  4th April, 2020

Covid-19: FDA approves use of convalescent plasma to treat critically ill patients
BMJ 2020;368:m1256 (Published 26 March 2020) 

Covid-19: how coronavirus will change the face of general practice forever
BMJ 2020;368:m1279 (Published 30 March 2020) 

Covid-19: most patients require mechanical ventilation in first 24 hours of critical care
BMJ 2020;368:m1201 (Published 24 March 2020) 

Covid-19 and long term conditions: what if you have cancer, diabetes, or chronic kidney disease?
BMJ 2020;368:m1174 (Published 25 March 2020) 

Lessons from Italy’s Response to Coronavirus
Gary P. Pisano , Raffaella Sadun and Michele Zanini 
Harvard Business Review March 27, 2020

Why Is the U.S. Behind on Coronavirus Testing?
Stefan Thomke 
Harvard Business Review March 30, 2020 

How Hospitals Are Using AI to Battle Covid-19
Kelley A. Wittbold , Colleen Carroll , Marco Iansiti , Haipeng Mark Zhang and Adam B. Landman
Harvard Business Review April 03, 2020

Self-Isolation Compliance In The COVID-19 Era Influenced By Compensation: Findings From A Recent Survey In Israel
Moran Bodas and Kobi Peleg
Health Affairs APRIL 09, 2020

Guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus (COVID-19)
Public Health England Updated 31 March 2020

Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Public Health England Updated 30 March 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19): hospital discharge service requirements
Department of Health and Social Care Updated 09 Ajpril 2020

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AusHFG Content Update: HPU 340 Adult Acute Inpatient Unit
AusHFG published Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Respect for Autonomy: Seeking the Roles of Healthcare Design From the Principle of Biomedical Ethics.
Zhu L, Zhang S, Lu Z.
HERD. 2020 Mar 19:1937586720908508. doi: 10.1177/1937586720908508. [Epub ahead of print]

Evidence-Based Design in Hospital Renovation Projects: A Study of Design Implementation for User Controls.
Bingham E, Whitaker D, Christofferson J, Weidman J.
HERD. 2020 Mar 16:1937586720905021. doi: 10.1177/1937586720905021. [Epub ahead of print]

Exploring Managers' Opinions on Planning and Designing Adult Day Care Centers.
Su SW, Lee SJ, Tsai MW, Luo HJ.
HERD. 2020 Mar 6:1937586720906824. doi: 10.1177/1937586720906824. [Epub ahead of print]

Environmental Needs, Barriers, and Facilitators for Optimal Healing in the Postoperative Process: A Qualitative Study of Patients' Lived Experiences and Perceptions.
Hesselink G, Smits M, Doedens M, Nijenhuis SM, van Bavel D, van Goor H, van de Belt TH.
HERD. 2020 Mar 5:1937586719900885. doi: 10.1177/1937586719900885. [Epub ahead of print]

The role of organizational learning and resilience for change in building quality improvement capacity in primary care
Schuttner, Linnaea; Coleman, Katie; Ralston, James; Parchman, Michae
Health Care Management Review: April 3, 2020 

How Design Plays A Role In Responding To The Coronavirus Pandemic
Dr. Manuel Hernandez
Healthcare Design | March 26, 2020

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Value-based healthcare - meeting the evolving needs of our population.
Lewis S.
Aust Health Rev. 2019 Oct;43(5):485. doi: 10.1071/AHv43n5_ED. No abstract available. 

Of barriers and bridges: Buyer-supplier relationships in health care.
Abdulsalam YJ, Schneller ES.
Health Care Manage Rev. 2020 Mar 10. doi: 10.1097/HMR.0000000000000278. [Epub ahead of print]

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Health care professionals’ motivation, their behaviors, and the quality of hospital care: A mixed-methods systematic review
Veenstra, Gepke L.; Dabekaussen, Kirsten F. A. A.; Molleman, Eric; Heineman, Erik; Welker, Gera A.
Health Care Management Review: April 6, 2020 

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Characteristics and clinical outcomes of index versus non-index hospital readmissions in Australian hospitals: a cohort study.
Sharma Y, Horwood C, Hakendorf P, Au J, Thompson C.
Aust Health Rev. 2020 Feb;44(1):153-159. doi: 10.1071/AH18040.

Rate of preventable mortality in hospitalized patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Rodwin BA, Bilan VP, Merchant NB, Steffens CG, Grimshaw AA, Bastian LA, et al.
Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2020 [epub].

Relative contributions of hospital versus skilled nursing facility quality on patient outcomes
Chatterjee P, Qi M, Werner R
BMJ Quality & Safety. 2020 [epub].

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Hospitals Need Cash. Health Insurers Have It.
Sean Nicholson and David A. Asch 
Harvard Business Review March 25, 2020

Regulating Out-Of-Network Hospital Emergency Prices: Problem And Potential Benchmarks
Glenn Melnick and Katya Fonkych 
Health Affairs Blog 23 March 2020

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Integrating Social Services And Health
Alan R. Weil
Health Affairs 2020, 39(3): 551

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How does integrated knowledge translation (IKT) compare to other collaborative research approaches to generating and translating knowledge? Learning from experts in the field
Tram Nguyen, Ian D. Graham, Kelly J. Mrklas, et al 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2020, 18:35 | Published on: 30 March 2020 

A mixed methods examination of knowledge brokers and their use of theoretical frameworks and evaluative practices
Kristine Newman, Ryan DeForge, Dwayne Van Eerd, Yan Wei Mok and Evelyn Cornelissen 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2020, 18:34 | Published on: 27 March 2020 

Keep Your People Learning When You Go Virtual
Annie Peshkam and Gianpiero Petriglieri
Harvard Business Review April 10, 2020

Trends in unplanned readmissions over 15 years: a regional Australian perspective 
Victoria Westley-Wise, Luise Lago, Judy Mullan, Franca Facci, Rebekah Zingel and Kathy Eagar 
Australian Health Review 44(2) 241-247

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How to Be an Inclusive Leader Through a Crisis
Ruchika Tulshyan
Harvard Business Review April 10, 2020

How to Keep Your Team Motivated, Remotely
Lindsay McGregor and Neel Doshi
Harvard Business Review April 09, 2020

Differentiating between average and high-performing public healthcare managers: implications for public sector talent management.
Leggat SG, Liang Z, Howard PF.
Aust Health Rev. 2020 Mar 12. doi: 10.1071/AH19087. [Epub ahead of print]

What benefits do healthcare organisations receive from leadership and management development programmes? A systematic review of the evidence 
Gabriel Seidman, Laurie Pascal, John McDonough
BMJ Leader 2020;4:21-36.

4 Behaviors That Help Leaders Manage a Crisis
Chris Nichols, Shoma Chatterjee 
Harvard Business Review 02 April 2020

How Managers Can Support Remote Employees
Sabina Nawaz 
Harvard Business Review April 01, 2020 

A Guide to Managing Your (Newly) Remote Workers 
Barbara Z. Larson, Susan R. Vroman, Erin E. Makarius 
Harvard Business Review 18 March 2020

15 Questions About Remote Work, Answered
Tsedal Neeley
Harvard Business Review 16 March 2020

7 Leadership Lessons Men Can Learn from Women
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Cindy Gallop 
Harvard Business Review  April 01, 2020 

7 Questions to Raise Immediately After You’re Laid Off
Susan Peppercorn 
Harvard Business Review March 31, 2020 

Coronavirus Is Widening the Corporate Digital Divide
Marco Iansiti and Greg Richards 
Harvard Business Review March 26, 2020 

Are You Leading Through the Crisis … or Managing the Response?
Eric J. McNulty and Leonard Marcus 
Harvard Business Review March 25, 2020 

8 Ways to Manage Your Team While Social Distancing
Timothy R. Clark 
Harvard Business Review March 24, 2020

A Time to Lead with Purpose and Humanity
Hubert Joly 
Harvard Business Review March 24, 2020  

How CEOs Can Lead a Data-Driven Culture
Thomas H. Davenport and Nitin Mittal 
Harvard Business Review March 23, 2020 

Coping with Fatigue, Fear, and Panic During a Crisis
Tony Schwartz and Emily Pines 
Harvard Business Review March 23, 2020 

A New Approach To Mental Health Care, Imported From Abroad
Rob Waters
Health Affairs 2020, 39(3):362-366

Real Leaders Are Forged in Crisis
Nancy Koehn
Harvard Business Review April 03, 2020

Verizon’s CEO on Peak Traffic, Cybersecurity, and Leading a Team from Home
Adi Ignatius
Harvard Business Review April 03, 2020

3 Tips to Avoid WFH Burnout
Laura M. Giurge and Vanessa K. Bohns
Harvard Business Review April 03, 2020

How to Transition Between Work Time and Personal Time
Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Harvard Business Review April 09, 2020

Verizon’s CEO on Peak Traffic, Cybersecurity, and Leading a Team from Home
Adi Ignatius
Harvard Business Review April 03, 2020

To Build an Agile Team, Commit to Organizational Stability
Elaine Pulakos and Robert B. Kaiser
Harvard Business Review April 07, 2020

Bring Product Thinking to Non-Product Teams
Jeff Gothelf
Harvard Business Review April 07, 2020

Social Distancing Doesn’t Have to Disrupt Mentorship
David G. Smith and W. Brad Johnson
Harvard Business Review April 06, 2020

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Developing an assessment tool for Australian general practices transforming to a Patient-Centred Medical Home model of care
Deeble Institute Evidence Brief No. 19
Elliott A, Sweeney S, Langford-Ely A, Bruce A, Harvey S, Silk K
Canberra: Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association; 2020. p. 15.

Contemporaneous patient and health professional views of patient-centred care: a systematic review 
Daniel Jaensch, Nicky Baker, Susan Gordon
Int J Qual Health Care, mzz118,

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Trends in opioid prescribing in Australia: a systematic review.
Donovan PJ, Arroyo D, Pattullo C, Bell A.
Aust Health Rev. 2020 Apr;44(2):277-287. doi: 10.1071/AH18245.

Incident haemodialysis and outcomes in the Top End of Australia 
Jaquelyne T. Hughes, Sandawana W. Majoni, Federica Barzi, Tegan M. Harris, et al 
Australian Health Review 44(2) 234-240

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Emotional exhaustion among regional doctors in training and the application of international guidelines on sustainable employability management for organisations.
Fitzpatrick M, Garsia K, Eyre K, Blackhall CA, Pit S.
Aust Health Rev. 2020 Mar 18. doi: 10.1071/AH19121. [Epub ahead of print]

Corrigendum to: Preventable hospitalisations in regional Queensland: potential for primary health?
Harriss LR, Thompson F, Lawson K, O'Loughlin M, McDermott R.
Aust Health Rev. 2019 Aug;43(4):483. doi: 10.1071/AH18033_CO.

Corrigendum to: Widening participation of Māori and Pasifika students in health careers: evaluation of two health science academies.
Middleton L, Tanuvasa AF, Pledger M, Grace N, Smiler K, Loto-Su'a TT, Cumming J.
Aust Health Rev. 2019 Jul;43(3):360. doi: 10.1071/AH17170_CO.

Too tough to ask for help? Stoicism and attitudes to mental health professionals in rural Australia .
Kaukiainen A, Kõlves K.  
Rural and Remote Health 2020; 20: 5399.

‘It’s mostly about the job’ – putting the lens on specialist rural retention.
Allen P, May J, Pegram R, Shires L.  
Rural and Remote Health 2020; 20: 5299.

Why we need better rural and remote health, now more than ever.
Worley P.  
Rural and Remote Health 2020; 20: 5976.

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A qualitative study of factors affecting personal protective equipment use among health care personnel 
Molly Harrod, Lauren E. Weston, Lynn Gregory, Laura Petersen, Jeanmarie Mayer, Frank A. Drews, Sarah L. Krein 
American Journal of Infection Control 2020, 48(4):410-415

International Nosocomial Infection Control Consortium (INICC) report, data summary of 45 countries for 2012-2017: Device-associated module 
Víctor Daniel Rosenthal, Ider Bat-Erdene, et al 
American Journal of Infection Control:2020, 48(4):423-432

A scoping review to assess the impact of public education campaigns to affect behavior change pertaining to antimicrobial resistance 
Hayley Fletcher-Miles, John Gammon, Sharon Williams, Julian Hunt 
American Journal of Infection Control:2020, 48(4): 433-442

Health care–associated infections studies project: an American Journal of Infection Control and National Healthcare Safety Network data quality collaboration 
Susan Cali, Cindy Gross, Katherine Allen-Bridson, Joan N. Hebden, Marc-Oliver Wright 
American Journal of Infection Control:2020, 48(4): 443-445

A qualitative content analysis of retained surgical items: learning from root cause analysis investigations
Hibbert PD, Thomas MJW, Deakin A, Runciman WB, Carson-Stevens A, Braithwaite J
International Journal for Quality in Health Care. 2020 [epub].

Health and social care-associated harm amongst vulnerable children in primary care: mixed methods analysis of national safety reports
Omar A, Rees P, Cooper A, Evans H, Williams H, Hibbert P, et al.
Archives of Disease in Childhood. 2020 [epub].

A protocol for the safe use of hazardous drugs in the OR
Hemingway MW, Meleis L, Oliver J, Silvestri S
AORN Journal. 2020;111(3):289-300.

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Presenteeism among health care workers with laboratory-confirmed influenza infection: A retrospective cohort study in Queensland, Australia 
Chisato Imai, Lisa Hall, Stephen B. Lambert, Katharina M.D. Merollini 
American Journal of Infection Control 2020, 48(4):355-360

Compliance with immunization and a biological risk assessment of health care workers as part of an occupational health surveillance program: The experience of a university hospital in southern Italy 
Francesco Paolo Bianchi, Luigi Vimercati, et al
American Journal of Infection Control 2020, 48(4):368-374

Protect our healthcare workers
BMJ 2020;369:m1324 (Published 02 April 2020) 

Depression, suicide risk, and workplace bullying: a comparative study of fly-in, fly-out and residential resource workers in Australia 
Peta Miller, Libby Brook, Norman J. Stomski, Graeme Ditchburn and Paul Morrison 
Australian Health Review 44(2) 248-253

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Multilevel analysis exploring the relative importance of workplace resources in explaining nurses’ workload perceptions: Are we setting the right focus?
Oppel, Eva-Maria; Mohr, David C.
Health Care Management Review: April 6, 2020 

Adequacy of Australia's GP workforce: estimating supply and demand, 2005–06 to 2015–16 
Samantha Dingwall, Joan Henderson, Helena Britt and Christopher Harrison 
Australian Health Review 44(2) 328-333

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Can value-based care support health equity?
Deeble Institute Issues Brief No. 34
Verhoeven A, Woolcock K, Thurecht L, Haddock R, Flynn A, Steele N
Canberra: Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association; 2020. p. 23

Destination NSW's support for major events
The Audit Officel for New South Wales 9 April 2020

What do consumers with chronic conditions expect from their interactions with general practitioners? A qualitative study of Australian consumer and provider perspectives
Song HJ, Dennis S, Levesque J-F, Harris MF
Health Expectations. 2020 [epub].

Child Care Subsidies: Supporting Work And Child Development For Healthy Families
Health Affairs Health Policy Brief, April 13, 2020.

Health And Human Services Integration: Generating Sustained Health And Equity Improvements
Caroline Fichtenberg, Jorge Delva, Karen Minyard, and Laura M. Gottlieb
Health Affairs 2020, 39(4): 567-573

The Organizational Risks Of Cross-Sector Partnerships: A Comparison Of Health And Human Services Perspectives
Shauna Petchel, Sherril Gelmon, and Bruce Goldberg
Health Affairs 2020, 39(4):574-581

Management and outcomes of health practitioner complaints in Australia: a comparison of the national and New South Wales systems
Merrilyn Walton, Patrick J. Kell , E. Mary Chiarella and Terry Carney
Australian Health Review 44(2) 180-189

Coronavirus (COVID-19)  Resources 

Infection maps
Online Resources
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2081.0 Australians' journeys through life: Stories from the Australian Census Longitudinal Dataset, ACLD (Additional Information)

3238.0.55.001 Estimates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, June 2016 (Replacement Content)

3303.0 Causes of Death, Australia, 2018 (Additional Information)

4715.0 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey, 2018-19 (Additional Information)

5676.0.55.003 Business Indicators, Business Impacts of COVID-19, Week Commencing 30 March 2020

5676.0.55.003 COVID-19 impacts business cash flow and turnover (Media Release), Week Commencing 30 March 2020

6354.0 Job vacancies down in the year to February (Media Release), Feb 2020

6354.0 Job Vacancies, Australia, Feb 2020

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