This topic examines current evidence-based research applicable to the planning, implementation, management and sustainability of care for chronic physical and mental health conditions from a population health perspective. The topic has an emphasis on a variety of Australian and internationally recognised theories, models, tools and processes for implementing chronic conditions management and self-management support initiatives into health services.
This topic aims to provide each student with the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills and confidence to apply current Population Health and Public Health approaches and chronic condition management (CCM) models and theories. This is applicable to improving the fit between the science of implementation and practice change in Australia and internationally to support CCM. The complexity of change management at the macro, meso and micro levels of health service delivery, and Indigenous specific issues and contexts impacting on inbuilt principles and processes will be explored.
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