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Advancing rural and remote health service delivery through workforce: A strategy for Queensland 2017-2020

The government of Queensland Queensland Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Queensland Policy document

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outlines the priorities to build a sustainable workforce in rural and remote Queensland, and to improve health outcomes for Queenslanders in non-urban areas of the state, particularly the Torres and Cape York, North West, Central West, and South West Queensland Hospital and Health Services.
To position the rural and remote health workforce to deliver contemporary, appropriate and safe health services to rural and remote communities.


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