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How good are routinely collected primary healthcare data for evaluating the effectiveness of health service provision in a remote Aboriginal community?

Stephanie Davis1 FAFPHM, Lecturer, stephd08@gmail.com
Carole Reeve2 FAFPHM, Senior lecturer medical education, carole.reeve@flinders.edu.au
John Humphreys3 PhD, Emeritus Professor of Rural Health Research, john.humphreys@monash.edu

1 National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
2 Centre for Remote Health, Flinders University, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia.
3 School of Rural Health, Monash University, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.

Correspondence: C Reeve, PO Box 4066, Alice Springs, NT 0871, Australia 

Author contribution: Stephanie Davis: designed the project, statistical analysis, wrote the first draft, literature review. Carole Reeve: original concept, contributed to drafts, supervised data collection. John Humphreys: contributed to drafts.

Citation: Davis S, Reeve C, Humphreys JS.  How good are routinely collected primary healthcare data for evaluating the effectiveness of health service provision in a remote Aboriginal community? Rural and Remote Health (Internet) 2015; 15: 2804. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewnew.asp?ArticleID=2804 (Accessed 18 October 2017)

Submitted: 29 August 2013
Revised: 6 July 2015
Accepted: 23 July 2015
Published: 6 October 2015
   
 

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