Table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Title and verso pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Executive summary
  • Body section
    • 1 Background and context
      • Setting the scene
      • What is the problem?
      • Making change in the general practice sector
      • Service delivery and data collection
      • Range of stakeholders
      • Indigenous identification context
      • COAG context
      • Indigenous Chronic Disease Package
      • National best practice guidelines for collecting Indigenous status in health data sets
    • 2 Indigenous identification in the general practice sector
      • Studies of Indigenous identification
      • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's views
      • General practice service delivery
      • Health interventions specifically for Indigenous people
      • Related measures
      • Commonwealth agencies
      • RACGP
      • General practice input to national data collection
      • Cancer registers
      • Pap smear registers
      • Notifiable communicable diseases
      • Mortality data sets
    • 3 The 2011 general practice workshop
      • Workshop proceedings
      • Aims
      • Process
      • Panel discussions overview
      • Feedback from workshop participants
      • Key issues
      • Promotion of national integration
      • E-health and practice software
      • General practice team
      • Awareness raising for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
      • Awareness raising for non-Indigenous people
      • Build a community of practice
      • Other suggestions for investigation
      • Workshop recommendations
    • 4 Work during 2012
      • Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record
      • Pathology processes
      • E-pathology program
    • 5 The 2012 general practice workshop
      • Workshop proceedings
      • Key issues
      • Promoting national coordination
      • Optimising Indigenous identification in general practice software and e-health
      • Implementing change promotion in the general practice team
      • Raising awareness about the importance of identification
      • Improving the uptake of GP-mediated health interventions
      • Building a community of practice for Indigenous identification
      • Workshop recommendations
      • Common issues
    • 6 Conclusion
      • Improvements to date
      • Remaining barriers
      • National integration
      • Clinical information systems
      • Informing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
      • Improving feedback loops
      • Integration of service delivery and data collection
      • Training and awareness-raising
      • Next steps
  • End matter
    • Appendixes
      • Appendix A: Invitations and attendance lists
      • Appendix B: Workshop agendas
      • Appendix C: 2011 workshop discussions and outcomes
      • Appendix D: 2012 workshop discussions and outcomes
      • Appendix E: Data on uptake of GP-mediated health interventions specifically for Indigenous people
      • Appendix F: Stakeholder map
    • Abbreviations
    • References
    • List of tables
    • List of figures
    • List of boxes