Juliet Roper

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Dialogue as a science communication process has been idealized in both practitioner and scholarly literature. However, there is inconsistency in what is meant by dialogue, the forms it should take, and its purported consequences. Empirical research on the experienced benefits of dialogue is limited. The present study addresses this gap by examining(More)
This paper describes 'episodes of allied health outpatient care' by linking related clinical allied health outpatient contacts. Episodes were tracked on 10095 patients in 46 public hospital outpatient services in eight hospitals over a 10-month period during 1996, as part of a Commonwealth Ambulatory Care Reform project. Fifty-one per cent of patients(More)
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