Preventive health care: how compatible are clinicians' identity and practice with transition to the new roles that health reform requires? [ 2004 - 2006 ]

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Researchers Dr RA IedemaA/Prof J BraithwaiteMs R SorensenDr RK KerridgeDr BB Lee

Brief description This project is designed to assess how health care workers cope with the various impacts of health reform and to explore ways of enhancing their preparedness for and commitment to these reforms, particularly as these reforms herald new roles, responsibilities and expectations. The significance of the project lies in the way it links reform to the in situ enactment of clinical practice and reflection through video-recording and practitioner auto-review. The project's outcomes include increased understanding of: the tension between situated practice and reform; employee commitment to the interactive implications of reform, and video-based research as individual and organizational change methodology.

Funding Amount $360,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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