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 A few articles of interest on related topics:

Cook, A. & Lennox, N. (2000).  General practice registrars' care of
people with intellectual disability.   Journal of Intellectual and
Developmental Disability, Vol. 25 (1), pp. 69-78.

Dule, K., Korner, H.,  Williams, J. & Carter, M. (1999).  Delivering
therapy services for students with high support needs: perceptions of
roles, priorities and best practice.  Journal of Intellectual and
Developmental Disability, Vol. 24 (3), pp. 243-264.

Lennox, N., Diggens, J. & Ugoni, A., (2000).  Health care for people
with an intellectual disability: general practitioners attitudes and
provision of care.   Journal of Intellectual and Developmental
Disability, Vol. 25 (2), pp. 127-134.

Regards,

Keith.





> Primary health care UK
>    Date:
>         Thu, 4 Jul 2002 18:56:53 +0100
>    From:
>         Philip Scullion
>      To:
>         [log in to unmask]
>
> Dear Colleagues
>
> has anyone got pointers to research or other evidence
> concerning disabled p[eople as consumers of GP
> services and related community based health care
> please?
>
> If there were a will within community health
> professions to consider disability issues what ought
> to come near the top of the priority list?
>
> Many thanks
>
>
> =====
> Philip Scullion
> Senior Lecturer
> Health and Social Sciences
> Coventry University
> UK
>
>




Keith R. McVilly
B.A.., Grad. Dip. Psych., M. Psych. (Clinical)
MAPS & Member of the APS College of Clinical Psychologists

University of Sydney, Faculty of Medicine
Centre for Developmental Disability Studies
PO Box 6            RYDE                     1680
New South Wales
Australia

Tel.       61-(0)2 - 8878 0500
Fac.      61-(0)2 - 9807 7053
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