Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Registered Training Organisation (ATSIHRTONN) Equitable Funding Model Project. Final report for National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)

Angelita Martini, Judith Dwyer, F Cheney

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Abstract

This publication is one of five that report on the
work of the Funding, Accountability and Results
(FAR) project, all published by the Lowitja
Institute in 2015.
FAR is a study of reforms in primary health
care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
communities in the Northern Territory
(between 2009 and 2014) and Cape York,
Queensland (between 2006 and 2014). The study
background, its aims and methods, case studies,
findings and conclusions, and the suggested
essential elements of reform are reported in the
project report and the summary report.
Two brief histories and this case study of our
research partner organisations have also been
prepared in order to contribute to the record
of development of the broader Aboriginal
community controlled health sector in Australia,
to give context to the larger research study, and
for our partners’ own use.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNational Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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