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Putting prevention into practice (Green Book)


The practice based prevention activities will require coordination. Think carefully about the capacity of the practice team to institute prevention:

  • would strategies such as providing evidence based information and cultural awareness workshops help to educate particular staff about prevention?
  • how does the team cope with change?
  • what types of incentives would encourage the team to institute prevention?
  • is there a problem with time or access to resources?



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