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Beyond the pipeline: a critique of the discourse surrounding the development of an Indigenous primary healthcare workforce in Australia
Australian Journal of Primary Health
A central strategy in addressing health disparities experienced by Indigenous people has been based on a concern with workforce improvement. In this paper, the Indigenous Australian healthcare workforce literature since 1977 is reviewed and its scope of concern, as being often limited to questions of 'supply', is critiqued. The pipeline metaphor, whether used explicitly or implied, regularly focuses attention on closing the gap on Indigenous representation within the health workforce. Thedoi:10.1071/py19044 pmid:31619320 fatcat:dqtkcmdworcb5bbcndr6mtejvy