Capricornia Allied Health Partnership (CAHP): A case study of an innovative model of care addressing chronic disease through a regional student-assisted clinic

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Frakes, Kerrie-Anne, Brownie, Sharon, Davies, Lauren, Thomas, Janelle, Miller, Mary-Ellen and Tyack, Zephanie Fiona. (2014) Capricornia Allied Health Partnership (CAHP): A case study of an innovative model of care addressing chronic disease through a regional student-assisted clinic. Australian Health Review. 38(5), pp. 483 - 486. https://doi.org/10.1071/AH13177
AuthorsFrakes, Kerrie-Anne, Brownie, Sharon, Davies, Lauren, Thomas, Janelle, Miller, Mary-Ellen and Tyack, Zephanie Fiona
Abstract

Faced with significant health and workforce challenges, the Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service commenced an innovative student-assisted clinical model of care ? The Capricornia Allied Health Partnership (CAHP) in 2010. The clinic supports pre-entry allied health student clinical placements to: (1) address service delivery gaps for previously underserved people with chronic disease; (2) facilitate hospital avoidance and early discharge from the local hospital; (3) provide an attractive clinical placement opportunity for allied health students that will potentially lead to future recruitment success, and (4) demonstrate leadership in developing interprofessional skills of future health workforce trainees. This case study details the conceptual background of the initial model, the key features of the clinical placement and service delivery model, and discusses the current and future evaluation of the clinic.

Year2014
JournalAustralian Health Review
Journal citation38 (5), pp. 483 - 486
PublisherCSIRO
ISSN0156-5788
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1071/AH13177
Scopus EID2-s2.0-84908877793
Page range483 - 486
Research GroupSchool of Allied Health
Place of publicationAustralia
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