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|Title:||Building a culture of research dissemination in primary health care: the South Australian experience of supporting the novice researcher|
|Citation:||Australian Health Review, 2005; 29(1):6-11|
|Publisher:||Australian Healthcare Association|
|Abstract:||The Primary Health Care Research Evaluation and Development (PHCRED) program in Australia aims to build research capacity in primary health care. In South Australia, the program (PHCRED-SA) has addressed skill building in dissemination of research findings by providing support for peer reviewed publication. The support included comprehensive advice and feedback for novice and inexperienced researchers and writers in the publication process of the program's 2003 Conference Proceedings. This paper describes the South Australian experience of supporting novice researchers in research dissemination by applying the PHCRED-SA capacity building support model.|
|Keywords:||Humans; Communication; Information Dissemination; Cooperative Behavior; Interprofessional Relations; Evidence-Based Medicine; Feedback; Publishing; Health Services Research; Organizational Culture; Primary Health Care; South Australia|
|Appears in Collections:||General Practice publications|
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