Models of multidisciplinary working: international review

An international review by Rossal Research and Consultancy (RRC) of models of multi-disciplinary team working in rural primary care.

Case Study Appendices

Appendix 1: New Zealand

New Zealand Ministry of Health, 2015 Population-based Funding Formula Review, March 2016, <>, last accessed 17/10/2019.

Appendix 2: Australia

Australian National Rural Health Commissioner, Advice to the National Rural Health Commissioner on the Development of the National Rural Generalist Pathway, December 2018.Warton Strategic, Literature Review prepared for the Northern Territory PHN: Models for practice and primary health human resource stability in rural and remote locations, June 2017.

Heggie, Dr Hugh. NTH Strategic Health Plan (all slides), prepared for Northern Territory Government, 24 July 2018.

Tilton, Edward (et al.) for Northern Territory Aboriginal Health Forum, Core functions of primary health care: a framework for the Northern Territory, October 2011.

Tjukurpa, Minymaku Kutju. Women's Business Manual, 6th edition, 2017.

This manual was consulted in the research process and allows patients to get a coherent service provided protocols are followed. Covers female reproductive health in the rural community.

Appendix 3: Canada

College of Family Physicians in Canada, The Rural Road Map for Action: directions – Advancing Rural Family Medicine, 2017.

Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) (et. al), Building a Flourishing Physician Workforce – Summit North 2018, 24 January 2018.

Northern Physicians Task Force, Physician Resources Action Plan for Northern Ontario, January 2018.

TV Ontario [TVO], Practicing Medicine in Northern Ontario, 5 Feb 2018 <>, last accessed 17/10/2019.



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