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The Inverse Care Law - Is Australian primary care research funding headed this way?

Abstract

Tudor Hart’s Inverse Care Law classically described the inequity in medical service access in South Wales. From his primary care perspective, the availability of good medical care varied inversely with the need and the population served. In Australia, future funding for primary care research capacity building appears headed in a similar direction – at least for newly established medical schools.

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