Developing a Collaborative Rural Health Service Identity: A grounded theory study of the development of multi-purpose services in rural New South Wales

@inproceedings{Anderson2010DevelopingAC,
  title={Developing a Collaborative Rural Health Service Identity: A grounded theory study of the development of multi-purpose services in rural New South Wales},
  author={Judith Ann Barham Anderson},
  year={2010}
}
The overarching purpose of this study was to construct a grounded theory describing the social process of developing a collaborative health service identity in rural Australia. Specifically, the study focused on the experience of participants involved in the development of multi-purpose services in New South Wales. A review of the literature demonstrated that while some research had been undertaken in the amalgamation of services, very few studies have taken place in health or rural Australia… CONTINUE READING

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