Justin McNab

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BACKGROUND Chronic illness is a significant driver of the global burden of disease and associated health care costs. People living with severe chronic illness are heavy users of acute hospital services; better coordination of their care could potentially improve health outcomes while reducing hospital use. The Care Navigation trial will evaluate an(More)
i ii Acknowledgements The research team would like to thank the following people for their valuable assistance and support throughout the project: The project was managed by Phil Smith and Sharon Storey from the Out-of-Home Care Directorate of DoCS and Marilyn Chilvers from Statistical Services Branch of DoCS who provided support, information and advice.(More)
HealthOne was part of a state-wide initiative to invest in new community-based facilities for collocating services. The HealthOne Mount Druitt is a virtual hub and spoke organisation established in 2006 in a socially disadvantaged part of Western Sydney based out of a new community health hub. The model is based on 'virtual' care planning and aims to(More)
Executive Summary The NSW Youth Drug Court (YDC) pilot program is aimed at reducing offending and drug use amongst young people who have become entrenched in the criminal justice system. Many participants have a range of other difficulties including poor educational achievement, dysfunctional family backgrounds and psychological proble ms. The YDC attempts(More)
The views expressed in this publication do not represent any official position on the part of the Social Policy Research Centre. This report was produced to make available the research findings of the individual authors, and to promote the development of ideas and discussions about major areas of concern in the field of social policy. Thank you to all the(More)
The views expressed in this publication do not represent any official position on the part of the Social Policy Research Centre. This report was produced to make available the research findings of the individual authors, and to promote the development of ideas and discussions about major areas of concern in the field of social policy. The views expressed in(More)
Clinicians have traditionally tended to administer the Rorschach last in a test battery, despite some concern that projectives may be particularly susceptible to the influence of immediately preceding stimuli, including other tests. Research in this area has suffered from methodological problems and has produced equivocal results. In the present study the(More)
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