Building community and professional capacity at the end of life: an evaluation of health promoting palliative care in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

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Rosenberg, John and Mills, Jason. (2006) Building community and professional capacity at the end of life: an evaluation of health promoting palliative care in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) [Dataset].
AuthorsRosenberg, John and Mills, Jason
Abstract

The data consists of organisational audits that combine documentary evidence and face to face interviews with community groups and palliative care organisations. The data were collected to evaluate current health promoting palliative care taking place in organisations and community groups in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

18 digitally recorded interviews
Print and electronic documentary evidence - all the electronic versions printed off for archival purposes.

Data collected with the assistance of Nico Sanchez, Casual Research Assistant (Calvary Centre for Palliative Care Research) and Jason Mills, Honors Student (ACU).

Keywordspalliative care
Year2006
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PO Box 256 Dickson ACT 2602 Australia

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