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Title: Understanding the concept of role delineation of hospitals in the Northern Territory
Authors: Department of Health and Community Services
Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services
Abstract: Role Delineation of Hospitals (of clinical services) is being carried out in the Northern Territory at present. This process needs to involve different groups of people which include the community, the hospital, the health professionals, the Regional Administration and the Government. Misconception of the issue of role delineation of hospitals has led to confusion and conflicts in discussions and decision making. Hence it is important that there is an understanding of the concept of role delineation of hospitals so that discussions can revolve around a commonly understood theme, and produce meaningful and effective decisions.
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Other Identifiers: https://hdl.handle.net/10137/7474
Type: Report
Subjects: Hospitals
Appears in Collections:Historical Collection



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