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Ann-Maree  Conners

Ann-Maree Conners

Australia

Director of Bendigo Health Care Group's Collaboraative health Education & Research Centre (CHERC). CHERC has three principle objectives, one in the area of staff development and education, one in health consultancies and the other in research. The research projects tend to focus on the effectiveness of current work practices, service co-ordination and delivery, and community health issues, with a view to achieving optimum health outcomes and service efficiency. CHERC is a business unit, and a substantial program of externally funded research and education has been developed. CHERC has developed a reputation in the development, implementation and evaluation of clinical pathways.


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Project Report 9 July 2003

Development of a Rural Asthma Management Model, RAMM

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