Access, Agency and Abilities
Central to health practice is the aim to use professional knowledge and capabilities in the service of others (Higgs, 2012). The inherent humanness of health practice highlights the importance of health practice relationships in shaping individuals’ access, agency and abilities for the achievement of meaningful health outcomes.
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