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Healthy Communities: GP care for patients with chronic conditions in 2009–2013 - Report - Acknowledgements

Healthy Communities: GP care for patients with chronic conditions in 2009–2013

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Acknowledgements

This report has benefited from advice from a number of individuals and organisations with interest and expertise in general practice and models of care.

The National Health Performance Authority received advice from its General Practice Report Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee comprised:

  • Dr Evan Ackermann
    - Chair, National Standing Committee for Quality Care, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
  • Mr David Butt
    - Chief Executive Officer, National Mental Health Commission
  • Professor Mark Harris
    - Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, University of New South Wales and Centre for Obesity Management and Prevention Research Excellence in Primary Health Care (COMPaRE-PHC)
  • Ms Rebecca Lee
    - Project Officer, Health Equity and Secondary Prevention, Heart Foundation
  • A/Prof Graeme Miller
    - Medical Director, Family Medicine Research Centre, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney
  • Ms Giuliana Murfet
    - Nurse Practitioner Diabetes, CDE, Diabetes Centre, North West Tasmanian Health Organisation
  • Mr Luke Slawomirski
    - Program Manager, Implementation Support, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
  • Ms Donna Stephenson
    - Policy Director, Consumers Health Forum of Australia
  • Dr Lynn Weekes AM
    - Chief Executive Officer, NPS MedicineWise.

The National Health Performance Authority also received technical advice from the Family Medicine Research Centre, the University of Sydney. This technical Advisory Committee comprised:

  • A/Prof Helena Britt
    - Director, Family Medicine Research Centre, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney
  • A/Prof Graeme Miller
    - Medical Director, Family Medicine Research Centre, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney
  • Dr Joan Henderson
    - Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Family Medicine Research Centre, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney
  • Mr Christopher Harrison
    - Senior Analyst, Family Medicine Research Centre, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney
  • Dr Allan Pollack
    - Analyst, Family Medicine Research Centre, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney

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