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Title: Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention: a framework for the Northern Territory
Publication Date: 2012
Authors: Chronic Conditions Strategy Unit
Department of Health
Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance of the Northern Territory
Baker IDI
Heart Foundation NT
Healthy Living NT
NT Cardiac
Publisher: Department of Health, Northern Territory
Abstract: The Northern Territory (NT) has a unique population with cardiac service being provided across a large proportion of the country. Current access to cardiac rehabilitation in the NT is predominantly based in the urban centres of Darwin (and Palmerston) and Alice Springs. Patients living in rural and remote regions and Indigenous patients are currently largely underserviced [4]. In order to address this, a strong framework for cardiac rehabilitation has been developed and now must be implemented and evaluated.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10137/610
Type: Book
Subject: Heart diseases
Prevention and control
Cardiac care facilities
Cardiac rehabilitation
Delivery of service
Disease management
Evaluation
Strategy
Chronic Conditions
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