Evaluating the effectiveness of comprehensive primary health care in local communities: how do general practitioners work with and perceive primary health care services directly funded by government


The South Australian Community Health Research Unit (SACHRU), Flinders University, was contracted by SA Health in 2009/10 to conduct the study 'Evaluating the effectiveness of comprehensive primary health care in local communities: how do general practitioners work with and perceive primary health care services directly funded by government'. This research study focuses on the links between primary health care (PHC) services directly funded and managed by government and services provided by general practitioners (GPs). It complements research funded under an NH&MRC project grant that is examining evaluation of comprehensive primary health care (CPHC) by working with five PHC service sites in South Australia and one service in Alice Springs.

This report is free to download GP and PHC report (PDF 1MB)