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Prison entrant—type of service provider needed but not utilised

Metadata item type:Help on this termData Element Concept
METeOR identifier:Help on this term402818
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 25/08/2011
Definition:Help on this termThe type of service provider a prison entrant needed to consult, but did not.

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Object class:Prison entrant
Definition:Help on this termAn adult (aged at least 18 years) who is entering prison, and whose confinement is the responsibility of a corrective services agency. Juvenile offenders, persons in psychiatric custody, police cell detainees, those in periodic detention, asylum seekers or Australians held in overseas prisons are not included.
Specialisation of:Help on this termPerson/group of persons

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Submitting organisation:Help on this termAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Property:Type of service provider needed but not utilised
Definition:Help on this termThe type of professional who provides a service and/or care whose services were required, but not utilised.
Property group:Help on this termService provision event

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Submitting organisation:Help on this termAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Submitting organisation:Help on this termAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Prison entrant—type of service provider needed but not utilised, occupation code (ANZSCO 1st edition) N[NNN]{NN} Health, Superseded 28/04/2016

Prison entrant—type of service provider needed but not utilised, occupation code (ANZSCO 2013 Version 1.2) N[NNN]{NN} Health, Standard 28/04/2016

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