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Link-Me+: Translating research into primary care practice

Cath Kaylor-Hughes
Doctor Cath Kaylor-Hughes

This project aims to optimise an evidence-based triage and navigation model of care into primary care practice.

Link-Me+ will use participatory design principles to identify the barriers and facilitators to create a person-centred model of care for triage and navigation of mental ill health, in the GP practice. It will draw on the expertise of those with lived experience, clinicians and policy makers to optimize, translate, implement and evaluate the model at scale.

This work is in collaboration with:

  • The ALIVE National Centre
  • The Victorian Collaboration for Translating Research Outcomes into the Primary Health Interface (TROPHI)
  • Centre for Digital Transformation of Health
  • Eastern Melbourne PHN


Research Team:

Cath Kaylor-Hughes, Caroline Johnson, Steven Savvas, Jane Gunn, Kylie McKenzie & The Link-Me+ Research Team


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