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Mapping pathways that contribute to improving the culture of hospitals for Aboriginal patients

Mapping pathways [systems, processes, structures and relationships] that contribute to improving the culture of hospitals for Aboriginal patients

This project was a sub-project within the broader scope of CRCAH work known as Improving the Culture of Hospitals. It was a collaborative project between the AHCSA/RAH and the CRCAH, aiming to record activity undertaken by AHCSA around implementation of the RAH Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Action Plan, which focused on improving hospital culture for Aboriginal patients. The information generated by the study fed into quality improvement initiatives at the RAH, as well as into the CRCAH Improving the Culture of Hospitals project.

Key outcomes included:

A qualitative case study approach was used to document activity in relation to recording the implementation activity in the first year of the RAH Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Action Plan.

Project leader

Alwin Chong

Administering institution:

CRC for Aboriginal Health

Completion date:

April 2007