Ensuring access to health services is widely accepted as key to improving health outcomes. Like other rural communities, people living in Northern NSW have poorer access to and use of health services compared to people living in urban areas. This is amplified for minority and disadvantaged groups in our community.
Measuring access to care and identifying dimensions of access is challenging. In this seminar we will discuss how access is conceptualised in relation to a framework that integrates demand and supply side dimensions of access to care. This interactive seminar will be useful for anyone interested in improving access to care, through program implementation, evaluation, reflection or research.
Presented by Ross Bailie and Jodie Bailie
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