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The impact of rhetoric and reality on community anticipation of risk in the development of multi-purpose services (MPS) : A grounded theory study

By Judith Anderson, John Grootjens and Ann Bonner

Abstract

better health service.Conclusion:This research provides an insight into the perceptions of the rhetoric and reality of community member involvement in the process of developing multi-purpose services. It revealed a grounded theory in which fear and trust were intrinsic to a process of changing from a traditional hospital service to the acceptance of a new model of health care provided at a multi-purpose service

Topics: 111000 NURSING, multi-purpose services, risk
Publisher: National Rural Health Alliance
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:43564

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