Australian Health Review
Rachel J. Wenke, Anna Tynan, Annette Scott, Sharon Mickan
Australian Health Review is the journal of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA), Australia’s national peak body for public health care providers. Models of Care for the Australian health review Pg 667
Effects and mechanisms of an allied health research position in a Queensland regional and rural health service: a descriptive case study.
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